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Among the more unusual presents which children hoped to find under their Christmas tree were a ghetto blaster, 'tens and ones of money' and 'a dog that poops.'One child wrote menacingly: 'You better bring my pony this year or there WILL be consequences.'Another had not forgotten a previous Christmas disappointment, saying: 'I want a real puppy this year, not like the fake one you got me last year!
'One letter-writer began with brief pleasantries, before saying: 'Well, enough chit-chat.
The kids also used various pieces of evidence to establish why they deserved presents.