I know exactly where everything is, have done for years. Besides neither me not my sister believe anymore and our parents don’t usually know what to get us so they just ask us what we want. I’m personally getting the final Ratchet and Clank games I need to finish my collection and I’m going go karting with a friend on the 14th.
I would have placed my hand in a fire, if anybody ask me, wheater @the_terminat8r1 knows where the presents are or not…sure he knows, every single peace I think! >without burning!
Nice from your parents, go karting is expensive, on what age do you start to search in the house for x-mas presents? When do you get known, that the gifts are comming from everywhere but not from the Christ child?
To be honest I’ve always been suspicious because my mum tried her best to hide it but her pathological desire to film everything let her down. That’s because we always open our presents some time in the afternoon on the 24th so it means we have to ‘hide’ in our rooms while she put everything under the tree. Sometimes she made more noise that she probably intended.
But the day she blew it was when she was filming us coming down the stairs just after the presents had been ‘delivered’. The only problem was that she was down there the moment they were delivered and she never came upstairs. My mum’s downfall was caused by the fact that she wants to capture every single special even in a million photos or on tape.
That’s why I loath being in photos, because with her one photo isn’t enough so I have to take a million. It’s also why my passport and oyster card pics look like mugshots. Because my dad took them (he’s into photography so he has a good camera) and he took so many that by the time my mum was happy with one I was livid
I guess the age at which I stopped believing was around 10. I’ve been looking for presents ever since. The only problem is that a few years ago my sister wanted ‘santa’ to wrap her presents so by the time I went looking they were all wrapped. But now that my sister doesn’t fall for the trick anymore either we know what we’re getting so there’s no point in looking. My sister was also around 10 when she stopped believing, and no, I wasn’t harsh enough to break it to her because my parent would have murdered me.