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Old 6th December 2004, 19:38   #11
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please translate Sinter Klaas in English

could it be Santa Clause ?

ey ey?



I think .BE kids are spoiled brats for having 2 such events in December

does Sinter Klaas exist outside .BE borders?

people in Spain won't be singing "zie ginds komt de stoomboot uit Spanje weer aan"
What are you trying to say?
My statement: A few generations ago, belgian kids knew about sinterklaas, but not about santa. Now they know about both, and they know about it before they know they both are fake, which results in confusion.
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Old 6th December 2004, 19:49   #12
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poppo gigo, perz nicole, (from the movie: "the santa clause")

anyways, Duron "hit the nail on it's head"

santa clause just didn't exist here 50 years ago, just christmas, and it was a spiritual holliday in wich the whole family gets together again.

Sinterklaas is a European thing (Belgian?) and it shouldn't be pushed aside in favor of santa clause...
 
Old 6th December 2004, 20:03   #13
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I think both are basically the same, that's what I'm saying DURON & KRISTOS and that now .BE kids are spoiled brats
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Old 6th December 2004, 20:13   #14
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We pay more attention to sinterklaas then to santa clause...
we never really celebrated 'santa clause' only sinterklaas...
of course we have a very nice diner on christmas-eve, but we don't hang our socks for santa clause :roll:
You know, my sister went to England to visit a friend of her's and they were surprised to hear about an old man giving presents to children and the children can sit on his lap...but what's the difference with santa clause??!!
nyway, santa clause, sinterklaas, it makes no difference to me, as long as I get my money (j/k, I'm not that greedy)
 
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We pay more attention to sinterklaas then to santa clause...
we never really celebrated 'santa clause' only sinterklaas...
of course we have a very nice diner on christmas-eve, but we don't hang our socks for santa clause :roll:
You know, my sister went to England to visit a friend of her's and they were surprised to hear about an old man giving presents to children and the children can sit on his lap...but what's the difference with santa clause??!!
nyway, santa clause, sinterklaas, it makes no difference to me, as long as I get my money (j/k, I'm not that greedy)
Same here. We don't celebrate Santa Clause.
 
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always celibrated both of them; double the money/presents, I was referring to /me also when saying "spoiled brats"
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What are you trying to say?
My statement: A few generations ago, belgian kids knew about sinterklaas, but not about santa. Now they know about both, and they know about it before they know they both are fake, which results in confusion.
damned you I still believed in sinterklaas and santa

 
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this is ontopic: http://denbuts.zattevrienden.be/sinterklaas.wmv

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Old 11th December 2004, 05:53   #19
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You got it brother!!!
I was at Dan Ryan and 63rd Street hangout for a few years; while you like Chinese takeout; I like the Soul Food brothers ....

So ..... let's hum and hum .... hum, hum , hum

Merry X'Mas to yo all.!!!!
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...Wash the car, mop the floor, feed my Schimmel too...

...we be grinding up the Schimmel for a Schimmel KRO-KET..
 
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