He’s delivering presents. Anne says he’s reading. Joan thinks it might be Santa, he may be walking up to a door.
Maybe he’s the postman. Is it Fado? Faye says his name may be Fado. Harry says he’s just a postman, if he has a name we don’t know what it is.
How does he feel? Harry says he’s joyful since he’s passing out presents!
Sounds like Santa to me! Fay doesn’t want any of it. She knows it’s a policeman!
There’s a dog on the package. He’s reading something. It could be a book that he’s holding!
It has to be Santa Claus!
Laughing, sounds like snow and Santa Claus. You have to catch him in the right moment. It doesn’t sound dead.
He’s delivering to the person in the house, but we don’t know who it is.
There’s a family, they probably have three children: Tom, Dick and Harry.
He’s bringing them a book and a box of candy.
Next he’s going to walk to another house, he has gifts for the next house.
That’s the mailman, he’s named Charlie. He’s dealing out the mail. Christmas cards and all that stuff, that’s what he’s doing. He’s got a whole shmear. He knows how fun it is to get that stuff. He wants to find out what’s in it. He wants to open one for his self, for heavens to Betsy.
He gives out all the presents and then go home and soak his feet. He’s going to get a drink, that’s what I would do!