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Randolph The Brown Nosed Reindeer

Updated on December 20, 2008

Rudolph The Rednosed Reindeer

Rudolph The Reindeer


We all know the story of Rudolph the red nosed reindeer, all of the other reindeer used to make fun of him and call him names and one day Santa met him and asked him to pull his sleigh on Christmas night because his bright shiny red nose was perfect to light the way on a dark night.

Rudolph was so popular that they wrote a song about him.

But did you Know that Rudolph Had a Twin called Randolph whom Santa also chose to fly his sleigh on Christmas night.


Randolph Rudolph's Twin

Randolph was very much like his twin Rudolph he was the older of the two, the only way that you could tell them both apart was of course the Fact that Rudolph had a bright red nose and Randolph had the normal black nose that all of the other reindeer have.

Although Rudolphs nose set him apart from the other reindeer and the other reindeer bullied him, Randolph was always on hand to help his little brother out when he got into difficulties.

Randolph had a special talent that set him apart from the others, Randolf was a natural flying reindeer, When he was in the air he was the most wonderful sight that you had ever seen, he had grace, he had such skill and he could fly at supersonic speed and he was also a fantastic stunt flyer, he could loop the loop then go into a figure of eight and do summer saults and a whole lot more, but when Rudolph was being Bullied by the other reindeer, Randolph came into a class of his own his bombing skills were second to none.

Randolph could hit any target with a snowball from over one thousand feet up in the air, as the other reindeer soon found out as one by one they got pelted smack in between the eyes.

The North Pole

The day Santa met Rudolph

On the day Santa met Rudolph, he was actually on his way to meet Randolph the amazing flying reindeer, and he arrived at the scene just as Rudolph was being harrassed by the other reindeer, and Santa was stunned by this reindeers beautiful Red glowing nose, of course he was also angered by the behaviour of the other reindeer and was about to give them a pirce of his mind when he saw the balls of snow falling from the sky, he looked up to see the wonderful flying skills of Randolph and at that moment he knew he had to have both of these reindeer to fly his sleigh on Christmas night.

After the other reindeer had fled the scene Santa spoke to Rudolph telling him that because of that nose he would like Rudolph  to lead his sleigh on Christmas and that he would also love to have Randolph on the team too."Please come and seem me tomorrow at the North pole and Bring your brother Randolph" Santa asked.

The North Pole

 The next day at the North Pole Santa, Rudolph and Randolph talked and eventually came to an agreement, in exchange for flying on Christmas Rudolph and Randolph would be given a home, three meals a day and snacks if they were still hungry of course they were free to leave at any time so long as they gave Santa one weeks notice. the T's were crossed and the I's were dotted and the contracts were signed.

Randolph The Brown Nosed Reindeer

How Randolph Got His Brown Nose

Christmas eve came and Rudolph was proud to be leading Santa's Sleigh, he was also very proud of his big brother Randolph, who was just behind him on the reins, as they took to the skies to deliver presents to all of the good little children all over the world.

Millions of stops on the way as they flew from house to house delivering presents, Randolph was fantastic in the air but there was a slight problem with his landing skills, where all of the other reindeer took one step on landing Randolph was a little clumsy on his feet and had to take two steps on landing.

Unfortunately Rudolph was exactly two steps ahead of Randolph on the reins and every time Randolph landed he hit Rudolph directly in the rear end, after millions of landings all through the night Randolphs nose got browner and browner (ahem) and Rudolphs rear end became redder and redder, the wind changed as they flew and Randolphs nose was transformed forever from black to brown just as Rudolph had fron and rear lights from that night on.

For those of you who know the song you won't find mention of this because it was thought to be too rude for children and Christmas.

This must be a true story, I heard it from a drunk bloke in a bar.


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    • mary615 profile image

      Mary Hyatt 

      5 years ago from Florida

      So now we know about Randolph! This is a very cute story; I enjoyed it~

    • jimmythejock profile imageAUTHOR

      Jimmy the jock 

      11 years ago from Scotland

      Glad you enjoyed this one guys I had great fun writing it.....jimmy

    • Jim Batuyong profile image

      Jim Batuyong 

      11 years ago from Anaheim, CA

      I think I will tell my kids this story right before "the night before Christmas in hell" A whole new Christmas tradition. Thanks Jimmy.

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      Joseph Addams 

      11 years ago from Standing right behind you!

      My niece is visitng on Christmas and I know she'll appreciate her Uncle Joe sitting next to her on the sofa and reading Randolf The Brown Nosed Reindeer while she eats a Christmas cookie and drinks hot chocolate. (In fact, I know she'll love it, she just turned 30.) Great job, Jimmy. Thanks for the laugh.

    • jimmythejock profile imageAUTHOR

      Jimmy the jock 

      11 years ago from Scotland

      Thanks Em, glad you enjoyed, it was fun to write thanks for your visit, hope that you have a great Christmas.....jimmy

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      Em Writes 

      11 years ago from Upstate NY

      LMAO... this is great, Jimmy! Y'know, I wish they would go ahead and create a show based on this story. It could air on HBO so the little kids wouldn't see it. :D

    • jimmythejock profile imageAUTHOR

      Jimmy the jock 

      11 years ago from Scotland

      lol BT, your comments always make me smile, thanks for paying a visit....jimmy

    • B.T. Evilpants profile image

      B.T. Evilpants 

      11 years ago from Hell, MI

      This certainly meets the criteria to be judged authentic. If a drunk guy told you, then I wouldn't question it! I met Randolp, once. I asked him about his nose, but he wasn't very forthcoming. Now I know why!

    • jimmythejock profile imageAUTHOR

      Jimmy the jock 

      11 years ago from Scotland

      LOL G-MA, good to hear from you, sorry about the snow problem,i hope it goes away soon, glad that you enjoyed have a great festive season and a fantastic 2009.....jimmy

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      Merle Ann Johnson 

      11 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      Omg ..I just knew there was more to Rudolph then his red Nose....LOL you are something else my dear...and thanks for the was snowed in....Yuck...and is very cold here...MERRY CHRISTMAS and A HAPPY NEW YEAR...G-Ma :o) Hugs


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