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Santa Serenades summer street with Christmas songs in July

Source- Indonesia News

Date - 18-07-2021

When exactly is the right time to enter the festive spirit is a subjective matter, but Jesus himself must consider July too early.

Well, not this one. While some people postpone Christmas decorations long before December and stores start advertising their seasonal deals months before the big day, Steve Richards is already months into Christmas.

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Retired Swansea, at the height of the summer and in the middle of the heat, dressed as Santa Claus this week and sang and danced to a few Christmas favorites.

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According to the 72-year-old man, the reason is nothing more than to conjure a smile on the faces of neighbors and passers-by, who, after 16 months of pandemics and locking up, could suffice for everyone with a little carelessness.

The second reason? “I’m a nutcracker and I love wit and laughter,” he said.

“I’ve been entertained all my life. It started in the 60’s and 70’s when I was traveling. I would help with Swansea legends Martin Ace and Spiv. ”I took a dance course, line dance. I was in Samba Taw for 17 years.

“I enjoy rock’n’roll and country music and I often dress like cowboys or Native Americans. And every year I do something like Father Christmas. “

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His last move, which decorated him in front of the house in Gendros with Christmas reindeer to improve the festive mood, gained attention on social media. One wrote, “He’s amazing and he always makes me laugh and makes me laugh every time I walk by.”

Another said, “I’ve lived with Steve for years. He’s a great guy with love for life. I hope I’m like that when I’m 70 years old.”

One published: “This guy is amazing, he always plays music, he definitely puts a smile on my face while driving.”

Steve, who still works on the bus for young people with special needs, said: “Of course I do Santa Claus every Christmas. And the next day I just thought, “Why not? “You can’t ask a clower why he’s doing this.

“I like to entertain people and smile on their faces, especially because it was such a difficult time with a pandemic.

“The neighbors seem to enjoy it, and when they walk around, I let a lot of cars rotate.”

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This put a big smile on my face. Not only as it started via Wales online, but then it gets picked up by Indonesia news, but his Santa hat looks like a turkey?

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9 minutes ago, Rob Thompson said:

This put a big smile on my face.

You gotta love this guy!

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