Santa’s elves are getting impatient. Youngsters take heed. Santa’s List Day is December 4. Get your lists to Santa before he has a mutiny on his hands.
What does that mean?
Well, if Santa’s elves have to wait too long, they will be faced with overtime and understaffed conditions that could prompt a mass labor strike in Toyland. In other words, kids, you won’t get the goods!
This is not the time to hold back in an attempt to appear humble and polite. Santa’s had his eyes on you all year. He already knows whether you’ve been bad or good. Pick up those crayons and start scribing because this could be your last chance to get what you want!
It takes a lot of labor to produce bikes, toys and electronics. It takes even more labor to get everything loaded on the sleigh for the long journey on Christmas Eve. So get those lists to the ‘Big Guy’ before midnight on December 4, Santa’s List Day.
As for you grownups, don’t put unnecessary pressure on the elves in your family. Take the guesswork out of gift giving by creating Wish Lists online. Granted, this is not as magical as writing to Santa with crayons. However, it might avert the gift of a gaudy sweater or hideous knick-knack.