What’s In Santa’s Sack??! Sunday

Hey there all you silly lil Addict Readers!!

Seems Santa got in a lil TOO much “Egg Nog” for the holidays (probably didn’t help he ate a few too many brownies in Colorado too.) So it seems that his Santa Sack is not quite empty. OH NO!!! Leftover Gifts???!!!


Welcome to the Sunday Edition of What’s In Santa’s Sack??!

Today, we want to know what was your favorite gift when you were a child? 

Feel free to elaborate in the comments below what it was and why. Have fun, but stay within the Addicts Guidelines.


Pile of Presents

Keep an eye out every day for the What’s In Santa’s Sack Post to go live. You never know what FREE Goodies the Addicts have in store for you. 😉

All you have to do is comment on the post to enter. That is it. You will have until 9:59 PM EST tonight to do so.

For complete details and restrictions, see the main post HERE. 

 Good Luck!!!

Alissa & Bunny 

215 responses to “What’s In Santa’s Sack??! Sunday

  1. Barbie mansion and car.


  2. Thank you for asking Santa… When I was a 12 years old everyone of my friends had the latest and funniest toys and gifts. I was one of the less fortunate kids. After years of never receiving a gift for Christmas, I eventually became acustomed to not getting a gift. Then one year, I finally wanted something so bad that I can almost taste it. For 359 days, I asked Santa for the best gift of my dreams, knowing everyone will have this gift, hoping that this year Santa would be able to slide down the chimney with the only gift I’ve ever wanted. The night before Christmas I was drulling over the vacant christmas tree visualizing the only gift Iasked santa for. Then there was finally christmas morning I stormed down stairs with the smell of last night cookies and milk on my breath. As I made it to the last step of the stair way as turn my head I could smell the aroma of new tires. I rush the tree and there it was a brand new 2002 mongoose trick bike. It was blue with silver flame smothering the side of the bike. I must say it was the best present thus far…thank you santa


  3. Rock ’em Sock ’em Robots. Loved making my brother’s robot’s head pop off.


  4. My favorite gift when growing up was when I got the Super Nintendo for Christmas and the Super Mario video game!


  5. My favorite gift of all time is my stuffed raccoon puppet, Squeaky. He was MY stuffed animal through childhood. He still sits on the shelf by my bed.


  6. orko and atari 2600


  7. Without a doubt, G.I.Joe’s USS Flagg aircraft carrier. I remember having my younger brother sneak downstairs in the middle of the night to see if “Santa had left it.” I was just at that age I kind of didn’t really believe in Santa anymore but didn’t want to ruin it for my brother. I got up in the morning & the massive box was still nowhere to be seen. We unwrapped all our presents & then at the end my mom told me to get some batteries from the cellarway. Sure enough, there was a huge box all wrapped up with a tag that said “From: Santa.”


  8. My favorite gift as a child was one of those antique dolls that are usually siting in a china set, behind the glass windows, looking oh so pretty and never been messed up. I remember it like it was yesterday when my aunty brought me that gift, I was so excited! But lucky for me I had 3 older brothers praying to tear my doll apart, once they got their hands on it. … Good times 😉😉


  9. My best present ever was a teddy ruxpin bear. I don’t know why I wanted it so bad. I was 10 and it was a toy for pre schoolers.


  10. I think my favorite present when I was a child were Garbage Pail Kids! I was obsessed with those things! Somewhere along the way I lost them all. I saw some in a comic book store the other day and almost bought all of them! Lol.


  11. The He-Man Eternia set – that thing was awesome!


  12. My favorite gift ever was a teddy ruxpin doll. I’m not sure why I wanted it so bad. I was 10 years old and it was a toy for pre schoolers. There is even a picture of me screaming with joy over it.


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