Found December 07, 2012 on
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Mary Trent of Mississauga, Ontario took her three year old son to visit Santa Claus at Lowe's Toronto Christmas Market and Santa started giving her son the business. First Mr. Claus started trash talking the kid saying his red plaid jacket made him look like Paul Bunyan. Here is what the mom had to say.
Yahoo "Then he said, 'Oh, you're wearing a Toronto Maple Leafs
tuque (hat), you shouldn't be wearing that, they suck.' At that point, I
took my son and told him we should go, Santa isn't being very good
Trent said her son was inconsolable and cried all the way home to Mississauga.
"He wanted to know who Paul Bunyan was? He wanted to know why Santa
said the Toronto Maple Leafs suck," Trent told the Sun Thursday. "I told
him Santa was having a bad day. I can't really tell him Santa's a
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