|The 90s must be a great decade.|
Santa AmeliaSanta AmeliaSanta Amelia by ~TickleLovingGuy
Amelia held her breath as she entered the tiny home. The girl listened closely for any sounds of other people in the house. When the girl was satisfied, she started making her way into the living room, where the Christmas tree was located.
Amelia was a beautiful girl. She had long brown hair that fell to the small of her back, she had beautiful dark brown eyes, small rounded shoulders and perky breasts. The girl was garbed in a white and red Santa suit, but instead of wearing pants, the girl instead wore a long skirt that fell just below her knees. On her feet were a pair of black boots, and in her hair was a mistletoe hairpin.
Even though Amelia looked like an ordinary girl, it was the furthest from the truth. In reality, she was a Santa Clause, one of thousands. Her job was to deliver toys to good little boys and girls, but unlike popular belief, she didn’t deliver toys to the entire planet, only one sector, of one city.
Amelia was about to take the tiny sack of th
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Lily and Barky walked side-by-side down the long street, making their way around the city. Lily had been feeling a little depressed lately, but thanks to Barky, she was able to smile and get up in the morning.
“Hey Barky. You’re a really good friend, you know that?” Lily said, patting the dog on the head.
“Barky?” Ruby said, walking up behind the girl. “You’re not really good at naming pets, are you?” The girl asked, putting her hands high on her hips.
Lily turned and smiled. “Hey Ruby, how’s it going?” The girl asked.
“Pretty good,” Ruby said, her eyes turned to the girl’s dog. “So is this the guy you replaced me with?”
“You can’t replace a person with a dog,” Lily said, going to her knees next to the dog, and throwing her arms around him. “But he’s a good boy!”
Ruby sighed deeply. “Anyways… I heard you have a prisone