A jocular Christmas letter has been printed on many images:
“Dear Santa, This year please give me a fat bank account and a slim body. (Please don’t mix them up like you did last year!)”
The Santa letter was first printed on Twitter on December 10, 2010. Similar “fat bank account” and “slim body” words were printed in a “Prayer for 2011” to the newsgroup uk.people.silversurfers on January 12, 2011.
Dear santa. This year I wish for a slim body and a fat bank account. Not the opposite, like last year. Sincerely, Miss Finden
9:22 PM - 10 Dec 2010
Dear Santa. This year I wish for a fat bank account, and a slim body. Not vice versa, like you obviously thought last Christmas. Thank you
12:38 PM - 11 Dec 2010
Google Groups: uk.people.silversurfers
Prayer for 2011
Our eldest daughter (40 this year) sent this to my wife.
All I ask for in the year 2011 is a big fat bank account and a slim body.
Please don’t mix the two up again as you did last year.
More One Liners, Jokes and Gags
Compiled by Grant Tucker
London: Biteback Publishing
Dear Santa, this Christmas I’d like a fat bank account and a slim body. And please don’t mix up the two like you did last year.
Daily Mail (UK)
Florida department store pulls holiday sign from children’s section asking Santa for ‘a big fat bank account and a slim body’
. The sign reads: ‘Dear Santa, This year please give me a big fat bank account and a slim body. Please don’t mix those two up like you did last year’
. A horrified mother spotted the sign at a store in Palm Beach and posted it to her Facebook page, where it has been shared nearly 400 times
. Dillard’s has since said the sign was placed in the children’s department accidentally and has now been removed from all of its stores
By Mail Online Reporter
PUBLISHED: 00:28 EST, 11 November 2014 | UPDATED: 07:55 EST, 12 November 2014
The Happy Friday Email continued...
By Linda Lapointe
Victoria, BC: FriesenPress
Dear Santa – this year please give me a big fat bank account and a slim body. Please don’t mix up those two like last year. Thanks.
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