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Santas little helper

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This is my entry for this years second christmas special CoW. Go look it up in the art forum. This time the theme is "Santas little helper".

Ever wondered where Santa came from? Why is he so happy all the time. Why does he fly around the world. Why on earth does he live on the northpole?

It's all because of this alien brain parasite, allow me to explain.

Back in 1868 a small canadian polar expedition sat sails for the artics. Long story short a member of the crew got this thing attached to his head and killed the rest of his crew.

The brain parasite has granted him an un-natural long life, but taken away most of his brain functions - he is basicly a retard - hence the dumb laughing all the time.

The white puffy thingy at the top of the alien are spores that once a year (christmas eve) is ready to be released out into the air and make new aliens. This is best done from the high velocity space shuttle that the alien had arrived to earth with. In fact it's so fast it can go around to every house on earth in just one night.

But don't worry - you won't know when your brain is taken over - that's the beauty of it.

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Ha

I like how the penguin is like: "what the hell?..."

Lundsfryd responds:

Hehe - I was hopeping that would work.

Great!

This gave me a good chuckle

Lundsfryd responds:

Mission accomplished :)

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Lundsfryd
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