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Hi all,

We have a great segment planned for the next episode of the podcast. We're looking to talk with a few wives (or husbands) who do not portray Mrs. Claus (or Santa Claus).

Please respond here if your spouse or significant other would be interested in speaking with us!

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My wife is Mrs. Claus.

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1 hour ago, bigman said:

im a bachelor so this doesnt apply to me

Oh what distant and fond memories those days were lol :) 

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I really dont think you could broadcast what Judith may say about me being Santa :) 

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25 minutes ago, Rob Thompson said:

I really dont think you could broadcast what Judith may say about me being Santa :) 

how about your daughter and the boy. 

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22 minutes ago, bigman said:

how about your daughter and the boy. 

Daughter, is a no, unless you wanted to discuss the benefits of the additional funds she can extract from me!

The boy would be a good one, he used to be my Elf, :) 

Mind you, I think that was primarily about the additional finance in his pockets too lol

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My wife would be interested if she plan ahead of time. She tends to be nervous..

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8 hours ago, Rob Thompson said:

I really dont think you could broadcast what Judith may say about me being Santa :) 

My wife, who does portray Mrs C

Tells everyone, Schwindy is like TOO WAY INTO IT, He is like a Santa Geek!!!

Then she got mad at me, WHEN I TOOK THAT AS A KILLER COMPLEMENT!!!

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20 minutes ago, Schwindy said:

My wife, who does portray Mrs C

Tells everyone, Schwindy is like TOO WAY INTO IT, He is like a Santa Geek!!!

Then she got mad at me, WHEN I TOOK THAT AS A KILLER COMPLEMENT!!!

Bwahahaha! 🤣

Wife: "Yeah, Schwindy's too way into being Santa! He's like some sort of Santa geek!"

Schwindy (under his breath): "Yes!:thumbup:

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