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German interpretation of the word "Santa". Mostly used by people from Weener, Eastfrisia. Can also be used in combination with "hat" to describe a traditional red colored covering for the head worn for Christmas. lol.
Guy A (translated from German): "I'm wearing a Santa hat."
Guy B, from Eastfrisia: "He's wearing a Christmas Man Hat!"

Superman: "What's up, Christmas Man?"
Christmas Man: "WTF, someone stole my hat."
by krstn January 13, 2006
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German interpretation of the word "Santa". Mostly used by people from Weener, Eastfrisia. Can also be used in combination with "hat" to describe a traditional red colored covering for the head worn for Christmas. lol.
Guy A (translated from German): "I'm wearing a Santa hat."
Guy B, from Eastfrisia: "He's wearing a Christmas Man Hat!"

Superman: "What's up, Christmas Man?"
Christmas Man: "WTF, someone stole my hat."
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German interpretation of the word "Santa". Mostly used by people from Weener, Eastfrisia. Can also be used in combination with "hat" to describe a traditional red colored covering for the head worn for Christmas. lol.
Guy A (translated from German): "I'm wearing a Santa hat."
Guy B, from Eastfrisia: "He's wearing a Christmas Man Hat!"

Superman: "What's up, Christmas Man?"
Christmas Man: "Someone stole my hat. Fuckwaffle."
by krstn January 13, 2006
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