Eat, Poppa, eat

First it was the “ho, ho, ho-ing“.

Now it is his “bowlful of jelly”. ABC News is asking, “Is Santa setting a bad example?”

There is even a movement to keep our Santa’s portly:

Look, I realize that, historically, Santa has been thinner. But on whose lap would you rather sit?

I like my showers hot, my coffee strong and my Santas fat. So, Eat, Poppa, eat, indeed!


  1. suburbancorrespondent says

    Not much wrong with fat and happy. And it doesn’t seem to be affecting his longevity…

  2. sandy shoes says

    Good grief.

    If people would quit worrying about fictional characters and pay more attention to their own fat asses… well. That’d be better, wouldn’t it?

  3. “I like my coffee strong and my Santas fat” – what a line! Thanks for trying my cookies! Glad you linked your blog so I had a chance to “meet” you! Thanks for the cookie review!

    Peace be with you,
    Cyndi (Hyacinth)

  4. This cracks me up. Give me a Santa with bad lipids and a soft lap any day.

  5. AnotherMomCreation says

    Ha, I am right with you FOM.

    No skinny santa’s here!

  6. I like Santa fat, too. He is NOT the cause of childhood obesity, goofy people!

  7. Life As I Know It says

    Are you kidding me?

    Good gried, leave Santa alone!

    He’s fat and jolly, and so what if his belly shakes like a bowl full of jelly? That’s the way we like him.

  8. From the two pictures it looks like Santa has put on a little weight.

  9. Oh, like any of the new-age-sensitive stuff is working anyway. And while we’re at it: Let’s give Cookie Monster back his cookies, why don’t we!

  10. He’ll have to be a bowl full of organic-no-high-fructose-corn-syrup
    preservatives jelly.


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