elf on the shelf

by Super User
Flicking through your Facebook or Twitter feed, you won’t be able to escape it, no matter how hard you try Three months until Christmas and the infamous Elf on a Shelf has already broken the internet. Flicking through your Facebook or Twitter feed, you won’t be able to escape it, no matter how hard you try. But what even is Elf on a Shelf? It’s basically just that – a Christmas doll in the form of an elf that sits on the shelf in the homes of children in the run-up to Christmas. The idea is that the elf watches over youngsters and reports back to Santa on whether or not they’ve been good, and ultimately, if they deserve to make it onto his ‘good’ list. It’s proven popular with parents, especially as it helps make sure the kids are in bed on time. However, the Elf on a Shelf has over the past few weeks taken on a whole new meaning. And it’s the adults that have been having fun. Memes of ‘alternatives’ are appearing on social media in their hundreds, with people even creating their own personalised ones. The new craze has left many people in stitches, yet understandably it’s not proven a hit with everyone. Here’s a few of our favourites... Holly on a trolley: Ed on a bed: Gail on a whale: Rita on a cheetah: Shrek on a deck: Cake on a snake: Harriott on a chariot: Rooney on a Clooney: Devito on a burrito: Sting on a ring: Goat on a boat: But it’s not for everyone... okay with this but you

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