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Woo Hoo!! A Christmas question ! What did you always get right in the bottom of your christmas stocking?
We always got a satsuma and some shiny, new minted pennies.Right in the toe of ours.
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tracieboo answers:

A satsuma and chocolate pennies.

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mercman99 answers:

A satsuma,and depending on the money flow,either a 2 shilling or half crown coin.

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jacquesdor answers:

a satsuma - and maybe chocolate pennies.

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seacommander answers:

A satsuma (well a tangerine in those days - satusumas were still in the future) and some nuts together with some miniature bottles of cordial such as lemon barley water, lime and orange squash. They were wonderful little bottles and made of real glass.

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Topaz2308 answers:

I never got a satsuma like all of the above and our bottom of the stocking was usually 4 quality street and a novelty rubber (must stress the eraser variety).

One year did get nuts and rubbers and maybe my career choice was down to my parents and their stocking treats!

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Family.Guy answers:

I found the stitching :)

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tecspec answers:

Tangerine, chocolate pennies, some sweets and a small present - usually pencils.

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Russel.West answers:

Satsuma and some gold choc coins

oh and pine needles!

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wumpus answers:

A hole, usually.

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robinsamuels answers:

A chocolate orange.

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high1971 answers:

right at the bottom was next years closure list to study and remember as we were born and brought up on a working narrow boat about that was always a brazil nut

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Messerwisser answers:

The toe of the stocking?
(We do not have that tradition. Santa in person is visiting us Christmas eve)

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agentju90 answers:

toenail and some fluff.

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