It was bound to happen…I hope we can still be friends!
- 1984 for Christmas
- Another thing to do before going to bed
- Kids aren’t supposed to touch it? I don’t even want to touch it
- The eyes
- He sees you when you’re sleeping, he knows when you’re awake…wait.
- Where are his feet?
- Did that damn thing just move on its own?
- I can think of a handful of other traditions I’d rather continue instead of this
- Explain to me why we need to scare our children into being good?
- Seriously? That thing is creepy.
Lol! The caption! So funny! We don’t have an elf and I just find the love/hate relationship people have with him too funny. While I don’t know if it’s creepy, it makes some kids happy. I mean look at Barney, he was popular for years.
Um…Patty, Barney was creepy! Popular does not mean awesome or not creepy. LOL It is pretty funny though!
I’m so with you! Not ever in my house!!
Me neither, Hannah! Never. Ever.
Love this list. We have an elf on the shelf but it creeps me out too!
It creeps you out and you have one?! Oh no! If it moves back to the North pole will the kids get upset? 🙂
I knew I liked you, Julia – even more now! We’ve never had Elf, and I don’t ever plan on it. And last night, hubs and I watched a scary movie with ventriloquist dummies in it that will never let me look in a doll’s glossy, creepy eyes again…
Haha! Corinna! Doll haters, unite! If you ever want to creep yourself out real good, there is a movie, simply called Dolls. I watched it as a tween and it traumatized me for life!!
I agree I wouldn’t want something watching me all the time either. And he moves by himself?? Yikes. Talk about nightmares.