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It was a starry night and the snowflakes drifted down gently.

The snowcrust sparkled in the lamplight at the North Pole.

Sleigh bells jingled in the distance. It was supposed to be a

happy time, but it wasn't.

Santa was really pissed off. It was Christmas Eve and NOTHING

was going right. Mrs. Claus had burned all the Christmas

cookies. The elves were bitching about not getting paid for the

overtime they had put in while making toys. And to top it all

off, the reindeer had been drinking all afternoon and were

completely useless. They had taken the sleigh out for a spin

earlier in the day and crashed it into a tree, breaking off one

of the runners. They were still stumbling around outside,

giggling and shaking their sleigh bells. Santa was redder than

usual with anger. He drank another slug of scotch, and then

bellowed, "I CAN'T believe it! I've got to deliver millions of

presents all over the world in just a few hours from now and all

my reindeer are drunk, my elves are on strike and I don't even

have a Christmas tree! AND I sent that stupid little angel out

HOURS ago to find a tree and he isn't even back yet! What the

HELL am I going to do?"

Just at that moment, the little angel opened the front door and

stepped in from the snowy night, dragging a Christmas tree

behind him. He said, "Yo, Santa, where do you want me to stick

the Christmas Tree this year?" And thus the tradition of angels

perched atop the Christmas trees came to pass.

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