Christmas Island

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Fallout from Rudolph's nose has made the island uninhabitable except for Santas minions and Crabs

Christmas Island is a fortress in the middle of the North Pole where santa goes to relax on his sexy Easter break. The fortress is guarded by grues, ewoks as well as That Guy and the entire cast of the Brady Bunch, including the dead one. The island is currently undergoing changes because of the damage caused by one of Santa's drunken rages, as well as the radioactive fallout from Rudolph's nose. Christmas Island is Santa's holiday villa/evil lair, it has AA guns guarding the perimiter, some of which fire huffed kittens uBer 1337 lazars and a home theater system. It somewhat resembles this.

edit History

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Christmas Islander

Christmas Island was built in the North Pole on a sheet of pure ice and frozen children’s tears by Rumpelstiltskin in AD 1337. At first the Fortress was nothing more than an outhouse with A sign saying "n0 ent3ry! n00bs" then when the Bogans migrated to the North Pole in 1456 because of bogan hunting in other parts of the world they fortified the fortress to make it what it is today. Soon afterwards Santa came and took over the island with a army of Elves to which he promised freedom if they took the fortress. They captured the fortress but Santa tricked them into making toys for the rest of eternity. Since then Santa has ruled supreme from his frozen palace. Tom from Myspace was pivotal in the islands social networking. He is paid in precious life medicine.

edit Economy

The Christmas Island economy is based upon the profits made by the yearly Santa's break and enter spree. Other sources of income include selling Ewoks as cheap labour/love slaves, allowing radioactive waste to be dumped on the island and hosting yard sales of the islands abundant radioactive materials ("Tourists" are the main buyers). Lately however the island has gone into a recession due to people getting better burglar protection and large numbers of children not believing in Santa any more.

edit Pests

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An Ewok being overwhelmed by crabs during the yearly battle

Once a year on the 29 of February a horde of crabs rampages through Christmas Island leading to a huge battle between the minions of Santa and the horny migrating mud crabs looking for potential mating partners. Most of the time Santa’s forces are victorious except for the few ewoks who are taken as love slaves by the retreating Crab forces, who usually treat them to a steak dinner or French cuisine, before dining on their intestines and laying eggs in their sphincters, a hilarious fate for the insufferable "monkey midgets"

edit Confusion

Santa’s evil fortress is sometimes confused for some tropical islands in the middle of nowhere and thus leading to many (Tom) cruise ships with elderly passengers attempting to gain access to the real Christmas Island. However the passengers do not last long on the island as Santa deploys his DANCERTRON 4000 which leaves very little of the elderly holiday makers left. Those who remain are picked off by tribes of Clagmen and Box jellyfish. Confusion is also a move used by physic Pokemon but Nobody cares.

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