when did you found out that Santa Claus wasn’t real?

when did you found out that Santa Claus wasn’t real :O?
how did you realise or knew?
What age were you lol?

I use to believe in santa claus and then one day when i was 7 my sister came and said santa claus is not real and i was so disappointed 🙁 lol
that explains why i never got what i wanted for Christmas ha.

Haha, I think I was nine or ten. (:
My reaction was &quot:I knew it wasn’t logical!&quot: according to my mom, haha!
Once a nerd, always a nerd.

When I was like, 7 or 8. I remember I was at a bank with my sister and I asked her and I guess i finally bugged her enough and she said &quot:fine santa claus isn’t real&quot: I wasnt that shocked, I kinda always knew because i saw the presents under the tree all the time and knew my sister or brother had put them there, not saint nick O:&lt:

I never believed in Santa Claus but I pretended to believe because my parents thought i did but i eventually told them i never believed like when i was 9 and my sister is 12 and she still believes in Santa Claus

I was 8/9. I kept pestering to my parents that Santa Claus wasn’t real and they denied it. Finally, they just said it was true but it was for the little children to make the holidays seem more enjoyable and exciting.

I think I was in 3rd grade so, like 7 or 8. Maybe fourth so could have been 9. I don’t know
But my parents always put our presents in their closet so once I knew where they put them I looked in the closet and saw the presents &quot:From Santa&quot: leaning up against the wall. I guess I really wasn’t THAT upset though.

as quickly as I accidently discovered a recent from ”santa” in my mothers closet whilst i replaced into searching for a pair of her severe heels to play dress up. She wasnt very unique for hiding presents! ( then that Christmas I heard them putting out the presents and found out for constructive- i replaced into so disillusioned and cheated) Now having a 6 year old daughter, i’ve got self belief so accountable mendacity to her i know ultimately shes going to confirm and sense a similar way.

I was 6 or 7. My grandmother had such beautiful hand writing that I always admired it. So one winter while observing what was piled up under the Christmas tree, I noticed that Santa’s hand writing looked an awful lot like my grandmothers. I studied the rest of the packages, and went to my mom and asked her what was up. She told me the truth, but threatened me within an inch of my life if I spoiled the illusion for my younger brother and sisters. I kept mum and let them make their own discoveries.

i found out at 8 because one christmas i wrote a letter to santa for a cat and he gave me this ugly toy kitten and i at that age could notice my mom’s handwriting and i knew it was her im 13 now and she asked do you still believe in santa claus and i just shook my head and said i no and i knew it was always you who stuffed my stocking.

I was in the 3rd grade and some people would tell me santa wasn’t real but i never believed them. Then finally one of my best friends (Daniela) told me he wasn’t real. I started arguing with her saying that he was real, but then I thought about it and was like &quot:whoah, i guess he wasn’t real&quot: I felt dumb so i later told her &quot:Daniela, i was just saying that because Dulce(our other best friend) still believes in santa and i didn’t want to ruin it for her. So you shouldn’t say santa is fake in front of her&quot:

My step-mother told me when I was nine or ten, sometime around that age. I knew though, when I was about four. It didn’t make sense before then, but that particular Xmas eve, I got the Lionel train set I had wanted, and I could hear my father playing with it while he was setting it up. Lo, and behold, there it was the next morning, and my suspicions were realized.

It was horrible, I was 8 years old and reading some word in the dictionary and I found St Nicholas or Nicholas of Lycia (270 AD–343 AD) I found out that he was Bishop of Lycia, Turkey, and he was Christian Orthodox, not even Catholic, i gave up Catholicism that day

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