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Subject Kids want Santa to get a bling-style makeover - They want him to trim his long white beard into a stylish goatee
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Original Message Kids are fed up with Santa’s traditional image and want him to get a bling-style makeover before he comes down their chimneys this Christmas, a survey shows.

According to a survey of over 350 children between three and 13, Santa Claus should trade in his old fashioned pointed hat and dona trendy beanie to keep his ears warm.

They also suggested he trim his long white beard into a stylish goatee before hopping into combats and a big red puffa jacket, leaving his fake fur in Lapland.

Kids were worried his famous red cape would not be warm enough for a man of his age on a cold winter’s night.

Santa’s sensible also has to go, being replaced with a bling-style belt with ‘Santa’ emblazoned across the buckle. Finally, he was told to invest in a pair of cool trainers and leave his smelly black boots at home.

But the news that their children have urged Father Christmas to ditch his red and white outfit has stunned parents.

A second survey of over 350 adults shows they would rather keep Santa dressed as he always has been to preserve the magic of Christmas.

As a result, Santa Claus will be appearing at Santa Land, the UK’s biggest-ever Christmas themed event, in his good old-fashioned guise. The event is at London’s Earls Court from December 3-23.

Mark Rodol, of Santa Land and who conducted the survey, said: “We have spent a lot of time thinking about and shaping Santa Land as an experience that kids will love. Part of this process involved speaking to kids up and down the country about their attitudes towards Christmas.

“It came as a bit of a surprise that kids were so keen to update Santa, but we believe that in this instance, parents really do know best and that Santa should keep his traditional look to ensure the magic of Santa Claus and Christmas last for generations to come. ”
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