At what age did you stop believing in "santa"?

United States
December 22, 2009 8:16pm CST
At what age did you stop believing in "santa", or do you still believe he exists even to this day,
6 responses
• United States
23 Dec 09
I honestly can't remember believing in Santa. I had to be younger than 8. I liked to know how things worked, all the details. I asked a lot of questions as a kid - too many quite often. But I still believe in the spirit of Santa and I always will. :)
@maria1081 (1252)
• Philippines
23 Dec 09
Maybe I was already in college when I stopped believing in Santa and that would be at age 16. To this day, I believe that Jesus Christ is the real santa claus since He continuously shower us with blessings.
• United States
23 Dec 09
I was eight although I kept it going for my sister's sake. She is six years younger than me. My sister has four kids and they keep on asking me what I want Santa to bring me and I tell them that I want Santa to bring me a new deck. I wish Santa still exists so I can ask him for a new back deck we really need one. I know my husband and I keep telling the cats to stop chasing each other or else Santa Claus won't come and leave them toys.
@Nameless_ (1181)
• Australia
23 Dec 09
haha... to tell you the truth, I never really ever believed in Santa Claus. I don't know why, but I somehow always knew in my heart that there was never a Santa Claus, even though my mum had never told me about it. Perhaps it's because I see my mother shopping for christmas presents? If Santa gave every one presents, then my mother wouldn't have to buy presents herself. :)
• Philippines
23 Dec 09
Honestly, It's a little embarrassing. I found out that Santa isn't real when I was 12. LOL..
@ravinskye (8245)
• United States
23 Dec 09
I'm not sure how old I was exactly. I think around 9 years old. I remember asking my mom about it and she told me the truth. I think I had started to see that the writing from "santa" was the same as my dads writing. Plus mom was slipping up and leaving price tags on stuff that I could see were from the store she worked at. After I found out I had to pretend still for my little sister because she still believed.