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Why Is Santa Dumpster Diving?

Hello, Funny Community! It's about that time for our weekly Funny Caption Contest! Last week's winner was @JonPatrickHyde. This time, will it be YOU?
Can you figure out a funny caption for the photo posted above? Why is Santa Claus digging through the trash? Is this where he's getting his toys for the kids these days?

The Rules:

1) You can comment with as many caption ideas as you'd like.
2) 'Like' the captions you find the funniest. (Even non-participants can upvote their favorites!)
3) Voting ends at Monday, Midnight EST. The winner will be announced in a special post shortly after.
4) The winner's entry becomes the Funny Community's featured card of the week!

Now, let's get this started!

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Even the bad kids need something!
Shit! I forgot Mrs. Claus' Birthday again! Must hurry!
Damn it! Ran out of F#@$ING coal again!
I'm Eco-Santa, let's recycle!
Christmas for the naughty kids - done!
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