There is evidence Santa is “Good To Go”, as recently undisclosed source in The Elves & Mythical Eternally Loyal Brotherhood and Sisterhood Of Goodwill Union of the North Pole, Local #12, was heard to say yesterday.
The unidentified, vertically challenged, member of this powerful workers movement, in senior and advanced toy assembly, while sipping on hot cocoa laced with XM3® was also quoted, off the record: “Santa has IT (XM3® Sports Drink) in the sleigh for Himself and the Reindeer.”
Rumors are flying that the ZIJA® CAN is the most sought after stocking stuffer this Christmas globally, as it also fits in with a red and green theme.
“Drinking life in is what we are all about up here” the PR Department for the North Pole spokesperson quipped, when asked to confirm or deny the use of the most efficacious form of consumable moringa on the planet, by Santa.
~ Uncle Russ
Every year Santa Claus and his team of elves and reindeers stay awake for days and nights so he can deliver presents to children all over the world for Christmas – but he could be putting his and their health at risk. Sleep experts Professor Franco Cappuccio and Dr. Michelle Miller, from University of Warwick’s Warwick Medical School, discuss the pros and cons of Santa’s ‘all-nighter’.
Santa Claus risks health by flying all night, sleep experts warn