View Full Version : Santa Claus vs. Frosty the Snowman


Archbob
Dec 24, 2005, 04:43 PM
To get everyone in the Christmas spirit, I introduced a hypothetical heavyweight bout between two familiar Christmas character(for this bout, we will say Frosty is un-meltable). Both are pretty big guys and are jolly. But who do you think would win in a bout of Mortal Kombat?

Abaddon
Dec 24, 2005, 04:44 PM
Well firstly we have to weigh up the two fighters:

Frosty:

http://www.islandnet.com/~see/weather/graphics/photos/frosty.jpg

Height: 6'5"
Weight: 16 stone 10oz
Eye Colour: Coal
Diet: Ice cream and lollypops

Strengths:

Stronger than he looks
Impossible to strangle

Weaknesses:

Melts when pissed on



Santa:

http://www.fortunecity.com/millennium/hibiscus/121/santa.jpg

Height: 5'11"
Weight: 12 stone 5oz
Eye Colour:Blue
Diet: Wiskey, mince pies, biscuits, milk and if we believe it- coca cola

Strengths:

Can call forth an army of children
Can travel faster than light
Can carry objects 1000 times heavier than himself (as lnog as in a sack)

Weaknesses:

Has to say HO HO HO after every sentance
Runs out of breath
Scared of Penguins

Smokey_Monkey
Dec 24, 2005, 04:45 PM
Santa coz he can't melt

Smellincoffee
Dec 24, 2005, 04:54 PM
Santa would just hit Frosty really hard with his bag of toys and Frosty would fly apart.

The Condor
Dec 24, 2005, 04:59 PM
Santa would so kick Frosty's @$$!

farting bob
Dec 24, 2005, 05:10 PM
I have to agree, santa would kick ass. santa would only need to get 1 hit in and he would win, cause snow doesnt stand up to a good uppercut.

cgannon64
Dec 24, 2005, 05:16 PM
Incidentally, Frosty the Snowman is a really sad story. I was in a bathroom yesterday with muzak pumped in, and I heard these lines:

For Frosty the Snowman had to hurry on his way,
But he waved goodbye, sayin "Don't cry, I'll be back again someday"

Great, that's what children what to hear about: More absent Messiahs.

farting bob
Dec 24, 2005, 05:19 PM
Well frosty comes around more often than santa. 354 days a year santa does **** all, at least frosty visits for a whole season.

Shylock
Dec 24, 2005, 05:57 PM
You might want to edit the language a bit.

I just had to post that comic.

Ayatollah So
Dec 24, 2005, 07:08 PM
"How did they kill Frosty?" - Calvin, pondering the problem of Deranged Mutant Killer Monster Snow Goons

Elrohir
Dec 24, 2005, 07:24 PM
Santa wins. He's Santa guys, enough said. :mischief:

Aramazd
Dec 24, 2005, 11:54 PM
My money's on Santa. Snow isn't going to stand up to a good punch.

SuperBeaverInc.
Dec 25, 2005, 12:27 AM
Santa. Doesn't Frosty lose all his powers if he loses his hat anyway?

Archbob
Dec 25, 2005, 12:28 AM
For this bout, his hat is stuck to his head.

GeneralZed
Dec 25, 2005, 12:56 PM
Well firstly we have to weigh up the two fighters:

Frosty:

http://www.islandnet.com/~see/weather/graphics/photos/frosty.jpg

Height: 6'5"
Weight: 16 stone 10oz
Eye Colour: Coal
Diet: Ice cream and lollypops

Strengths:

Stronger than he looks
Impossible to strangle

Weaknesses:

Melts when pissed on



Santa:

http://www.fortunecity.com/millennium/hibiscus/121/santa.jpg

Height: 5'11"
Weight: 12 stone 5oz
Eye Colour:Blue
Diet: Wiskey, mince pies, biscuits, milk and if we believe it- coca cola

Strengths:

Can call forth an army of children
Can travel faster than light
Can carry objects 1000 times heavier than himself (as lnog as in a sack)

Weaknesses:

Has to say HO HO HO after every sentance
Runs out of breath
Scared of Penguins


:lol: :clap:

It looks like Santa would win with these stats.

North King
Dec 25, 2005, 01:01 PM
Ha! You think snow is weak?

You guys haven't had a good winter, then. If you punch a good quality snow man, you'll do a bit of damage, but hurt your hand in the process. Frosty also has that giant, sharp nose, and that broom is pretty nasty, too.

My money is so on Frosty.

BCLG100
Dec 25, 2005, 01:22 PM
Well santa has his reindeer to call on, with rudolphs nose being as hot as it is, he should be able to melt it.

skadistic
Dec 25, 2005, 01:48 PM
I say Frosty and heres why. I know Frosty is real, I've seen him and many of his clones, They amount to a small army. He can also through snowballs at over 200mph. Ever role a snowball to make it bigger? Well frosty can do it to himself so his size can be almost limitless.

Now look at Fatty Claus. For one he doesn't exsist.But lets say he does for the sake of argument. One man, slow, fat, and lazy (he works one day a year). Sure he hes raindeer and elves for backup but come on now deer! not exactly a fearsome creature ( tastey though) and the elves are NOT middle earth type elves they are basicly a slave labor force worn out from cobbeling together trains and BB guns all year long. He may be able to get Chunaka (SP?) Harry to help him.

In the end Fat Nick is out manned, out gunned and out classed by Fostzilla.

Yuri2356
Dec 25, 2005, 02:40 PM
I say Frosty and heres why. I know Frosty is real, I've seen him and many of his clones, They amount to a small army.[quote]
Irrelevant, This is one on one.
[quote]He can also through snowballs at over 200mph.
Where do you get that number from?
Ever role a snowball to make it bigger? Well frosty can do it to himself so his size can be almost limitless.
Yeah, until he gets crushed into a useless slab of ice under his own weight.
:snowgrin:

In order to add to himself as you describe, without dismantling himself, he'd have to lie down on his side and roll across the ground. He'll end up being wrapped in a tube of snow, and easily disqualified from the fight when he can't get back up again.

Snowman's going down.

North King
Dec 25, 2005, 02:45 PM
Irrelevant, This is one on one.

If you can animate one giant ball of snow, if it gets smashed, then the little snow chunks will be animated just as well. We call this the "Mickey Mouse with Brooms in Fantasia" syndrome.

Yeah, until he gets crushed into a useless slab of ice under his own weight.
:snowgrin:

In order to add to himself as you describe, without dismantling himself, he'd have to lie down on his side and roll across the ground. He'll end up being wrapped in a tube of snow, and easily disqualified from the fight when he can't get back up again.

Snowman's going down.

Compacting snow will make it ice, yes. Which, inevitably, will beat Santa.

bhsup
Dec 25, 2005, 02:47 PM
Both lose when Jack Frost turns up and turns the both of them into ice cubes.

Yuri2356
Dec 25, 2005, 03:03 PM
If you can animate one giant ball of snow, if it gets smashed, then the little snow chunks will be animated just as well. We call this the "Mickey Mouse with Brooms in Fantasia" syndrome.[quote]
How much of a full frosty will these chunks be able to form? Unlike the Fantasia-brooms, which regrew the half cut from them (IIRC) Frosty has shown no ability to regenerate lost body parts. If Animated Frosty-snow can't produce more AFS, then you've be dealing with swarms of progressively smaller Frosties until they are so miniscule that they can do nothing against the Fat man.
[quote]Compacting snow will make it ice, yes. Which, inevitably, will beat Santa.
The ice which, being a solid sheet, will be immobile and hence unable to fight.

This discussion accepts the existance of a magicaly animated snowman, but it falls to you to prove that Frosty would remain able to move after having his light fluffy snow-body crushed into ice.

North King
Dec 25, 2005, 03:06 PM
How much of a full frosty will these chunks be able to form? Unlike the Fantasia-brooms, which regrew the half cut from them (IIRC) Frosty has shown no ability to regenerate lost body parts. If Animated Frosty-snow can't produce more AFS, then you've be dealing with swarms of progressively smaller Frosties until they are so miniscule that they can do nothing against the Fat man.

Roll them around a bit, pick up some fresh twigs and get some carrots from the fridge, a little coal, and they'll be fine.

The ice which, being a solid sheet, will be immobile and hence unable to fight.

This discussion accepts the existance of a magicaly animated snowman, but it falls to you to prove that Frosty would remain able to move after having his light fluffy snow-body crushed into ice.

Light and fluffy? Make a snowman recently? :lol:

Yuri2356
Dec 25, 2005, 03:14 PM
Roll them around a bit, pick up some fresh twigs and get some carrots from the fridge, a little coal, and they'll be fine.
Except that they'll be made of ordinary, non-living snow, and lack the power of Frosty's magic hat. You'll have, at best, a wall.
Light and fluffy? Make a snowman recently? :lol:
Relatively light and fluffy.

Compare the feeling of punching a snowman, to the feeling of punching an ice block of equal size. Guess which hurts more?

North King
Dec 25, 2005, 03:27 PM
Except that they'll be made of ordinary, non-living snow, and lack the power of Frosty's magic hat. You'll have, at best, a wall.

Magic hats can be duplicated.

PWNED!

Relatively light and fluffy.

Compare the feeling of punching a snowman, to the feeling of punching an ice block of equal size. Guess which hurts more?

Depends on the snowman. You ever seen some of the snow that results around here? And we're talking about a MAGIC snowman.

Yuri2356
Dec 25, 2005, 03:47 PM
Magic hats can be duplicated.

PWNED!
Explain how Frosty, with his one hat, is going to be able to produce more during the fight. This is just the big-S and Frosty, no outside support.

Depends on the snowman. You ever seen some of the snow that results around here? And we're talking about a MAGIC snowman.
I supoose that depends on where you're from, but I've see my share of Snowmen, and none of them have been as dense or rigid as a good block of ice.

North King
Dec 25, 2005, 03:52 PM
Explain how Frosty, with his one hat, is going to be able to produce more during the fight. This is just the big-S and Frosty, no outside support.

He's magic. Duh.

I supoose that depends on where you're from, but I've see my share of Snowmen, and none of them have been as dense or rigid as a good block of ice.

How many have been MAGIC snowmen?

Yuri2356
Dec 25, 2005, 04:03 PM
He's magic. Duh.
And where is the Magic behind Frosty defines as being Magic of the hat-making variety? And it's not Frost himself who's magic, just the hat, which has also never shown the ability to self-replicate. It's magic is simply of the snowman-animating variety.

How many have been MAGIC snowmen?
Three, and each met their end to the kicks and blows of a cruel little child.

North King
Dec 25, 2005, 04:06 PM
And where is the Magic behind Frosty defines as being Magic of the hat-making variety? And it's not Frost himself who's magic, just the hat, which has also never shown the ability to self-replicate. It's magic is simply of the snowman-animating variety.

I charge you to bring evidence of this.

Three, and each met their end to the kicks and blows of a cruel little child.

I've seen five, all of which have continued terrorizing small towns to this day, even through summer. Experimental trials seem to be against you.

Yuri2356
Dec 25, 2005, 04:26 PM
I charge you to bring evidence of this.
You're the one who claimed that Frosty could acquire aditional hats, despite being alon in this battle. Prove it can be done.

Observations of the original Carol, show no evidence of the hat doing anything other than bringing Frosty to life.

I've seen five, all of which have continued terrorizing small towns to this day, even through summer. Experimental trials seem to be against you.
How many of these towns were inhabited by one, Nicholas Clause?

North King
Dec 25, 2005, 04:41 PM
You're the one who claimed that Frosty could acquire aditional hats, despite being alon in this battle. Prove it can be done.

Observations of the original Carol, show no evidence of the hat doing anything other than bringing Frosty to life.

Lack of Evidence is not Evidence of Lacking!

How many of these towns were inhabited by one, Nicholas Clause?

Two. He got mildly annoyed at the racket both times. Pole shifting, you know?

oagersnap
Dec 25, 2005, 04:57 PM
You're right, North King. Frosty is much larger than Santa, and larger is better. Duh.

North King
Dec 25, 2005, 05:41 PM
You're right, North King. Frosty is much larger than Santa, and larger is better. Duh.

Bigger isn't always better. But it is in this instance. ;)

Squonk
Dec 26, 2005, 02:49 PM
My bet is on Santa. He can move so fast... and we're not even sure if Frosty can move at all... Frosty would fall apart just trying to chase Santa. And if Santa goes somewhere in Africa, huh?
Also, imagine Santa crushing with his super-speed into Frosty... Or just hitting his "head"... Nah, Frosty is history.

Great thread, btw

oagersnap
Dec 26, 2005, 03:28 PM
My bet is on Santa. He can move so fast... and we're not even sure if Frosty can move at all... Frosty would fall apart just trying to chase Santa. And if Santa goes somewhere in Africa, huh?
Also, imagine Santa crushing with his super-speed into Frosty... Or just hitting his "head"... Nah, Frosty is history.

Great thread, btw

Your point is not valid, because this is a one on one battle, and Santa can only move fast because of his reindeer.

Squonk
Dec 28, 2005, 02:38 PM
Oh c-mon! This is part of his equipement... like a chariot or something...

Whomp
Dec 28, 2005, 04:07 PM
Santa in a blowout!

--Santa's so fast NORAD has to keep tabs on him.
--He can squeeze through the narrrowest chimney even though he's jamungous.
--He's obviously much smarter than Frosty. He gets elves and reindeers to do all his work for him whereas Frosty had a single villain close a greenhouse door on him and his life goes to heck. What's up with that? :rolleyes: Santa would never be fooled like that since he knows who's good and bad for goodness sake.
Here's how I see it going down...Frosty throws a left hook and Santa with his lightning quick moves he learned from a Ninja turtle he gave to little Johnny and pushes him right into a bonfire or bus stop heater or department store. Frosty gets overheated....badabing game over.