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+38 1. Slap_chop_ninja commented 10 years ago

If I could give this video more than 1 thumbs up, I would.
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+27 2. Pret121 commented 10 years ago

Truly a beautiful story. Anyone who feels the need to ruin it with negative comments, feel free to do it on the next video. There are plenty of em.
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+17 3. chachajamie commented 10 years ago

What a beautiful story! It brought tears to my eyes am happy for the little girl. I went through fostercare from 2 months old till age of 5 only seeing my dad once and never meeting my mom. Am adopted now and have a great dad couldn't be happier! :D
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+36 4. beerholder commented 10 years ago

Now all the kids will think that Santa is actually her father.
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+5 5. zoidberg-returns commented 10 years ago

Yea, a sweet story, BUT:
"She has only seen him 2 weeks in the last 2 years", how can he leave his family for a job for that long!?
And do some kids really believe in Santa?
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+11 6. samxgx commented 10 years ago

Well the girly was really happy... but wouldn't this ruin the santa illusion for the rest of the kids?
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+12 7. draxenn commented 10 years ago

#5 - Contracting for the government has its own prices.

#6 - nope. just tell them that santa asked you to do this and they'll buy it.
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+6 8. djac13 commented 10 years ago

isn't it cute :) sweet girl Love daddy
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+4 9. zoidberg-returns commented 10 years ago

I just gave you a thumb up... in ... ... :*
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+5 10. glassweaver commented 10 years ago

Crying, crying, crying...yeah, I'm bawling.

I'm a fucking internet troll who makes 9/11 jokes but this made me cry my eyes out.
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+2 11. alucard696poland commented 10 years ago

That was so amazing i cried like a baby after seeing that
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+12 12. peacinu commented 10 years ago

God damn, those onion ninjas. They're everywhere.
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-8 13. moskwiz commented 10 years ago

Yeah, only in America..
.. I'm not going to ruin this moment and start talking about why her daddy had to be in Iraq in the first place.. ;)
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+6 14. Siruss commented 10 years ago

no, those aren't tears, I just got something in the eye.... :'(
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+2 15. millybert69 commented 10 years ago

thinks number 9 guy shouldnt of said anything , any1 who puts a nice comment on this vid gets an instant thumbs up from me
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+3 16. deadhorse commented 10 years ago

#15 I'm sorry dude, but I was very tempted to give you a thumbs-down based solely on grammar. :)

I didn't though.
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+4 17. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

#13 Daddy has to be there, just like workers from about twenty-four other countries,to help the Iraqi people by restoring water,electricity,hospitals,and other essential services that were destroyed by the war and continuing insurgent bombings.
What is Estonia doing to help?
Go Santa!
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-3 18. moskwiz commented 10 years ago

#17 Estonia isn't one of the countries who sent soldiers to this "great liberation operation to rid the poor people from the terrorist threat.." Estonian soldiers are in Afghanistan
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+1 19. therob42 commented 10 years ago

Hey there must have been some dust on this clip, or my allergies are acting up, need a tissue
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+4 20. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

#18 Really? are you sure? Only 40 or so soldiers,but they were there starting in about 2003 thru 2009.
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-1 21. moskwiz commented 10 years ago

Ok, my bad for being misinformed. Still, can't really compare the efforts of 40 soldiers to the "liberation power" of the masses of US forces there ;)
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+1 22. wongraven commented 10 years ago

<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 O:) <3 <3 <3 :(|)
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-2 23. Ramon2666 commented 10 years ago

Well,welcome back from killing iraqi fathers and raping their mothers& sisters.i'm sure the daughters of nazi soldiers missed their dadies too...
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-2 24. medioculus commented 10 years ago

santa???? i wish to have my war profiteering dad home for x-mas. it's too bad that so many innocent children in iraq have no fathers that will ever come home again because of scapegoating, and false accusations of weapons of mass destruction...but whatever....their santa is probably brown or something :/
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+2 25. aruntutu commented 10 years ago

Heart-warming!!! The poor girl... I am so glad she could get the one wish she so DESERVES to have! :)
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-1 26. moskwiz commented 10 years ago

See? I'm not the only one here with more than patriotic bs in mind =) But the truth is hard to bare, so let's just hide those comments, as I'm sure this one will be
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+4 27. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

#26 Yep and you two, I am sure, will make a lovely couple.
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+1 28. digitalemu commented 10 years ago

You see this and think of how happy the little girl is. Now think of all those little girls and little boys who's moms or dads never come home from all these wars over oil.