Elf On The Shelf Gender Confusion


This is going to be a longish and confusing story, so try and stay with me, okay?

I'm sure you've all heard of the Elf On The Shelf, am I right? If you haven't, you can read about it here.

Anyway, I decided this year that I wanted to get an Elf On The Shelf because when I was a kid I had a very similar toy, however, it was called a Magic Pixie. And the reason we referred to it as "magic" was because the pixie would miraculously come alive at night and move to different locations within our home (like the den, the kitchen, or the living room) while we were asleep. We would wake up every morning and anxiously find where the pixie had relocated, not ever realizing that my mother or father had moved it after we went to bed at night.

It was a fun game we played during the Christmas holiday that still makes me smile whenever I think about it.

Monday, I stopped by Barnes and Noble to see if I could find an Elf On A Shelf because I remembered seeing them there last year. And sure enough, they had them in stock again.

HOWEVER...

I was not about to fork out $29.95 for an elf. Granted, it also came with a storybook but I wasn't interested in purchasing the book, I only wanted the elf. After looking around for a few minutes, I noticed that they also sold elves separately. They weren't the small, traditional elves, but a larger and more plush version. So decided to buy one (for $12.95).

And can I just tell you how excited I was to get home and take it out of the box and then place it next to my tiny Christmas tree? I also planned to give my elf a name - Scott.

Now this is where the story gets confusing.

I took a picture of the elf inside the box before I opened it because I knew I wanted to post about it this week.

Here it is still boxed...


Cute, hu?

But do you have any idea how perplexed I was when I took it out of the box and saw this?


Yes, Scott was wearing a SKIRT. I thought, WTF!?! I immediately grabbed the box and looked for any information that might give me a clue as to why this boy elf was cross-dressing, but found nothing.

I thought perhaps the manufacturers had packaged him wrong and made a mistake.

I saw that the skirt had a piece of Velcro on the back, so I removed it. Here is Scott without the skirt...


Later that day, I went online and did some product research at the Elf On The Shelf website and discovered that the elves came in genders. It was clear that I had accidentally purchased a female instead of a male. Ooops!

You can see the difference in the eyes, the rosier cheeks and lip color; not to mention the skirt. And yet, I didn't even notice the skirt inside the box. 

Oh well, I have more female friends than male, so I guess it's only natural I picked a female elf. 

Therefore, I changed the name from Scott to Shannon.

Shannon is such a delightful elf. She is down to earth and not a frilly kind of gal. As a matter of fact, she asked not to put her skirt back on because she likes the freedom of going skirtless. 

She loves that my apartment is on a 20-something floor and enjoys sitting on the window sill, peering out over the city. Shannon LOVES high heights and has already asked to go bungee jumping in the Spring.


In fact, one day she got overzealous and tried jumping out the window by taking a flying leap, but forgot that the window was closed and broke her nose...


Yesterday morning I heard a voice coming from my bathroom, "Ronnie...could you hand me the roll of toilet paper please? I can't reach it."

And when I opened the door, I saw this...


I quickly handed her the roll and then exited the bathroom so she could finish her business in private...


One of her favorite ways to relax is to take hot bubble baths in the sink...


Shannon is very much into yoga and will often practice challenging poses on the carpet...


She is also a devout Buddhist, complete with chanting and burning incense...


However, Shannon has a weakness for red wine. I came home one afternoon and found that she had drunk almost half my bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon...


Later that night, I found her in the medicine cabinet taking a fistful of aspirin because she had a wicked hangover...


Yes, Shannon is also a LUSH.
But oh, I do love her.

Have a FAB weekend everyone!
X,
Ron and Shannon


57 comments

  1. That was really funny! Back in the day, you could have turned this into a regular skit, on Saturday Night Live...

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  2. LOL... I knew the elf was girl, just look at how her ankles were delicately crossed when she was in the box. And where WAS the skirt, that's what I want to know... haha. Loved this, Ron, I felt like joining in the game. However, if I did there would be tight restrictions on the wine. A drunken elf just doesn't ring true, but a drunken fellow-blogger does whaaaa. A delightful post, my friend, you quite cheered me up.


    Wishing you a wonderful weekend... so near to Christmas now so I imagine you will be busy at work.

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  3. Our parents gave both me and my husband our families elves from childhood, so we have the originals! Our parents never moved them around the house and I had never even heard of doing that until I started seeing all these naughty elves on the Internet. I thought it was hilarious! My kids were too old to care by that time, so I started moving him just to amuse myself. Mine is hanging on a wine bottle right now.

    I'm glad yours took a bubble bath after the toilet scene. That was a little disturbing, Ron! Lol......have fun with Shannon!

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  4. Geraldine H.December 12, 2014

    Teeheee...oh what a hoot this was to read Ron. And that's one clever gal you have living with you, although I would try to keep her away from the windows. OUCHHH...Shannon.


    You are one wild and crazy guy but I guess you know that!


    Happy Holidays to you and Shannon. And yes Val, she really does know how to cross those delicate ankles, I agree. What a lady!!!!

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  5. You know, I thought they looked familiar! We used to have the pixie, too! My mother used to just shove it into the tree as an ornament. No magical movements here.
    This was such a funny post! You must have been cracking yourself up the whole time! Have a fabulous weekend! xoxo

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  6. Oh Ron, I can't stop laughing at this post! You've shared a lot of funny posts the past, but this one is my favorite. The picture of Shannon slammed against the widow is hysterical! How did you do that? And the one of her in the bubble bath made me laugh so loud that someone in my office asked me what was so funny, and I showed them. How in the world do you come up with this stuff? The pictures are priceless.

    I've seen the Elf on the Shelf in stores and my niece got one last year for Christmas. It's so cute.

    Thanks for the many laughs this morning. And I needed them because I'm having a stressful day so far. I'm so glad it's Friday *sigh*

    Have a wonderful weekend, Ron x

    -please tell Shannon I said hello!

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  7. " Back in the day, you could have turned this into a regular skit, on Saturday Night Live..."


    HAHAHAHAHA! You're so right, Pat! I could SO see this on SNL!!!!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, buddy. Have a fantastic weekend!

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  8. "LOL... I knew the elf was girl, just look at how her ankles were delicately crossed when she was in the box. "

    HA! You have better eyes than me, Valerie, because I honestly couldn't tell!?!

    "And where WAS the skirt, that's what I want to know..."

    The way she was placed inside the box, you couldn't see it. I did notice a tiny bit of "white" around the waistline but thought that perhaps it was a belt.

    " However, if I did there would be tight restrictions on the wine. A drunken elf just doesn't ring true, but a drunken fellow-blogger does whaaaa."



    HAHAHAHA! I know, I think I'm going to have to hide the wine or get more aspirin because she's quite the LUSH!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Have a lovely weekend!


    X to you and Joe!


    P.S. yes, it's starting to get busy at work.

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  9. Wow, Scott--I mean Shannon, sure gets around. She ought to be careful around the bathroom when she's drinking, though, or she may find herself sleeping with the fishes!


    But what is she going to do when Christmas is over--go back to the North Pole?!? Congratulations on your new friend, buddy, and thank for sharing Shannon with us!


    Have a fabulous weekend, Ron...and Shannon!

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  10. "Our parents gave both me and my husband our families elves from childhood, so we have the originals! "

    OMG...you have the ORIGINALS!?! How fabulous is that! I don't know whatever happened to the one we had growing up.

    " I had never even heard of doing that until I started seeing all these naughty elves on the Internet. I thought it was hilarious!"

    Yes, isn't it HILARIOUS?

    "Mine is hanging on a wine bottle right now."

    HAHAHAHAHA! I guess ALL elf's have a weakness for WINE!

    "I'm glad yours took a bubble bath after the toilet scene. That was a little disturbing, Ron!"



    Bwhahahhahaha!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a FAB weekend!
    X

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  11. " And that's one clever gal you have living with you, although I would try to keep her away from the windows. OUCHHH...Shannon."


    HAHAHAHAHA! I know, she has such an affinity for HEIGHTS! Not only did she asked to go bungee jumping, but also asked to go SKY DIVING. She's quite the adventurer!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a super weekend! Enjoy that snow!


    X

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  12. "give me a clue as why this boy elf was cross-dressing." ROFLMAO Ron, these photographs of Shannon are so damn funny! I don't which one made me laugh harder, the one of her sitting on the toilet or the one of her mimicking the Buddha. But the one of her in the sink with the bubbles is priceless! It must have took you forever to put these photos together. Only you...only you. You are so creative!

    Great post, dude!

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  13. This is super cute! I wanted to do this but with no kids I thought I would look kinda silly. I did buy it for my nephew last year though and the price includes registering it online for more interactive fun. Sadly I don't think they use it over there. I should've kept it for myself!

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  14. Ron, Shannon sounds like a delight! She's going to keep you company throughout the Christmas season (and probably beyond!).

    That said, her rosy cheeks and impish grin should have given you a hint that she liked a bit of the bubbly! And how in the world did you photograph her plastered to the window like that?! Very clever, my friend!

    As for the skirt, well, gee, I don't see how you could've known any better. I mean, the thing doesn't show from the box. Maybe the manufacturer expects parents to just know which elf they're buying??

    Here's to a happy weekend!

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  15. That was funny, and clever and labor intensive - You have too much time on your hands, mister. (I read about the Elf on the Shelf in the link since I had no idea what it was about but if you can't touch the elf then how does it move around? Or is that prohibition just for the children and somehow the parents secretly knew they were supposed to move it? You see, I am ever the pragmatist and have no imagination at all.)

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  16. Mark PetruskaDecember 12, 2014

    We have a blue stuffed octopus named Henry that we take along on trips and photograph in various poses. He even has his own photo album on Facebook. Henry has been to the Oregon coast, Vegas, Seattle, you name it. We even got yelled at by a security guard in a casino for taking his picture on top of a slot machine. All in good fun, of course! I think Henry would love to hang out with Shannon. Oh, the trouble that pair could conjure up!


    Hope you two have a wonderful weekend.

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  17. Well, Ron, you don't know how I feel your relief in deciding Shannon was the elf for you! And she seems to be extremely happy with you. A match made in heaven.

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  18. Oops, not finished...
    And am so glad you're keeping an eye on her because I sense a slight rebelliousness. I can picture her with a guitar imitating Joan Jett after she meditates. ;)) As the Buddhist saying goes, every person/elf has many selves.
    Here's to you and Shannon! :))

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  19. Hey Ron!! We need to introduce Shannon to my Max! I believe you have seen Max on my blog. He is in trouble quite a bit too! I had exactly the same experience when I went to purchase Max. I ended up buying him at Bed, Bath and Beyond. I REFUSED to pay $30 for the elf with the book! I even looked on EBay only to find out I could only get five bucks if I put the book up for sale. So....I checked out the plush elves. There were labels on the side of the box that said girl or boy. Perhaps the shipments that were sold to Barnes and Noble did not have the gender printed on the box? I am enjoying Max just like you are. For whatever reason, this year, I just have lost my drive to decorate. I used to go absolutely CRAZY at Christmas, but this year, I really have done nothing. I did manage to put up some artificial trees...but I still have eight giant size Rubbermaids full of Christmas stuff that is in the basement. It remains to be seen how much of that "stuff" actually comes out! It is quite different when none of the kids come anymore...maybe I am just suffering Christmas Depression...have a great weekend my friend and enjoy Shannon! Xo Jeanne

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  20. Goodness, that Shannon likes to party! No wonder you get along sooooo well. Ha! That is too cute! I really have wanted the Elf on the Shelf for years and years, but no I don't want to spend the big bucks to buy the little devil either. Our kids are already too old. But I like the lush plush idea. :-) Oh Shannon, I bet you could teach the Magic Pixie a few tricks. :-) Have a great weekend, Ron!

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  21. Ron, you and I must be around the same age because I had one of those pixies when I was kid too. It look a lot like the one you showed in the first picture.


    This post was hilarious! You have such a wonderful sense of humor. My husband also read this and laughed his ass off.

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  22. "We used to have the pixie, too! My mother used to just shove it into the tree as an ornament. No magical movements here."

    Our pixie was placed into the tree as well (as an ornament). From there it would move around the house but always end up back in the tree.

    I had such a blast putting this post together. Shannon is such ham and loves having her picture taken - HA!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Have a faaaaabulous weekend!

    X to you and the gang!

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  23. Hola Denise!

    "The picture of Shannon slammed against the widow is hysterical! How did you do that?"



    Thanks :) I taped her to the window using shipping tape. She fell off a couple of times though, so I had to keep taping her back on - HA!


    The one of her in the sink, I wrapper her in a plastic bag first, then placed bubbles all around her.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Hope your Friday got less stressful. Yes, thank god it's Friday. I have to work tomorrow, but I have Sunday off - Yahooo!


    Have a fantabulous weekend!
    X

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  24. "She ought to be careful around the bathroom when she's drinking, though, or she may find herself sleeping with the fishes!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Yes, Rob, I specifically told her that if she's been drinking, she is forbidden to take a bath because she might drown.

    "But what is she going to do when Christmas is over--go back to the North Pole?!?"



    She's decided that she is not going back to the North Pole after Christmas. She's gonna stay here and hide out in my apartment until Spring :)


    Thanks so much for stopping by, buddy. Have a SUPER weekend!


    X

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  25. Hiya Matt!


    I started taking these photos on Monday and just finished them last night before I posted. I ended up with so many photographs that I couldn't decide which ones to use. I finally ended up with these. I had so much fun putting this post together!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, buddy. Have a most excellent weekend!


    Cheers, from Ronnie and Shannon!
    X

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  26. Hey there Shae!

    "I wanted to do this but with no kids I thought I would look kinda silly."



    I am SUCH a kid myself that I just had to buy one. Shannon looks so cute sitting next to my tiny Christmas tree that is all lit up with tiny lights and ornaments.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a super weekend!
    X

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  27. Helloooooo Debbie!

    " She's going to keep you company throughout the Christmas season (and probably beyond!)."

    Yup, I'm gonna bring her out every Christmas and use her over and over again. I'm so glad I bought her.

    "That said, her rosy cheeks and impish grin should have given you a hint that she liked a bit of the bubbly!"

    HAHAHAHAHA! You are SO RIGHT!!!

    "! And how in the world did you photograph her plastered to the window like that?!"

    I used shipping tape (on her hands and stomach) to attach her to the window. But she fell off a couple of times, so I had to keep taping her back on - HA!

    " I don't see how you could've known any better. I mean, the thing doesn't show from the box. Maybe the manufacturer expects parents to just know which elf they're buying??"



    Exactly. And there was nothing printed on the box that said if the elf was male or female. And just from seeing the face, I couldn't tell that it was female until I went online and saw the difference on their website.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a SUPER weekend!


    X

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  28. "You have too much time on your hands, mister."

    HA! I know, aren't I CRAZY?!?

    "but if you can't touch the elf then how does it move around? Or is that prohibition just for the children and somehow the parents secretly knew they were supposed to move it?"



    Yes, I think that's how it works. However, when I was a kid the elf's were only sold separately (not with a storybook), so I guess parents just knew to move it around. But I honestly don't know how that tradition ever started!?


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a fantabulous weekend!
    X

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  29. "...then somebody made my day when he posted a whore in the drawer! It was Barbie and booze, "


    Bwhahahahahahhaha! OMG, Suzi, that is BEYOND hilarious!!!!! I wish I were on Facebook so that I could have seen it!!!


    Have a fantastic weekend, my friend. And thanks so much for stopping by!
    X

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  30. Bwhahahahahahaha!


    I know, Dale, and that's me.....VERY slightly disturbed!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, buddy. Have a fantastic weekend!
    X

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  31. "a blue stuffed octopus named Henry that we take along on trips and photograph in various poses. He even has his own photo album on Facebook. Henry has been to the Oregon coast, Vegas, Seattle, you name it. We even got yelled at by a security guard in a casino for taking his picture on top of a slot machine. All in good fun, of course!"


    *clapping*


    Mark, I think that's absolutely faaaaaaaabulous! And people need to lighten up and stop being so serious. Because as you said, all in good fun!

    "I think Henry would love to hang out with Shannon. Oh, the trouble that pair could conjure up!"



    HAHAHAHA! Yes, can you imagine?


    Have a grrrreat weekend, buddy, and thanks so much for stopping by!


    X to you and Tara!

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  32. "A match made in heaven."


    HAHAHAHA! You said it, Petra! Shannon and I were meant for each other :)


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a terrific weekend!


    X

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  33. Yes, Petra, she is quite the little rebel!

    " I can picture her with a guitar imitating Joan Jett after she meditates. ;)) As the Buddhist saying goes, every person/elf has many selves. '



    Bwhahahahahaha OMG, that was BRILLIANT!


    X

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  34. "We need to introduce Shannon to my Max! I believe you have seen Max on my blog. He is in trouble quite a bit too!"

    Yes, Jeanne, I was thinking the same thing after I saw Max on your blog this week! They would make a lovely elf couple, don't you think?

    ". There were labels on the side of the box that said girl or boy. Perhaps the shipments that were sold to Barnes and Noble did not have the gender printed on the box?"



    I just this second looked AGAIN at the box that Shannon came in and I couldn't find anything on it that said girl or boy. So maybe you're right, perhaps the ones sold to B&N didn't ship that way. I wonder why though?!


    I don't really decorate that much around my apartment for Christmas. I only have a tiny tree with lights and ornaments on it. I live in such a small space, that if I put up too much, it looks crowded.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a great weekend!


    X to you and the girlz!

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  35. "Goodness, that Shannon likes to party! No wonder you get along sooooo well. Ha! "

    HA! You said it, Angelia! We're meant for each other :)

    " I really have wanted the Elf on the Shelf for years and years, but no I don't want to spend the big bucks to buy the little devil either.'



    I just think $30.00 was a bit much. That's why I was so happy to see the single elf's. They are larger and plush. They're more like a cuddly doll.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a grrrrrrreat weekend!


    X,
    Ron and Shannon

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  36. Helloooooo there Elaine!

    "you and I must be around the same age because I had one of those pixies when I was kid too. It looked a lot like the one you showed in the first picture."



    Yes, I'm 59, so the elf's (pixies) we had back in the 1960's looked more like the one in the first picture, you're right.


    Glad you and hubby enjoyed a laugh. I had so much fun putting this post together.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a fantastic weekend!
    X


    P.S. Didn't you love the snow we got this week? It made it feel more like Christmastime :)

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  37. Ron, this was so damn funny! How in the world do you EVER think to write about this kind of stuff and make so interesting and hilarious? I bet you were wonderful in comedy when you were still acting, I can tell, just from the way you write.

    And god, I love the photos!

    I bet Shannon is glad she found a home with you. You're both wonderful crazy!

    "In fact, one day she got overzealous and tried jumping out the window by taking a flying leap, but forgot that the window was closed and broke her nose..."



    Lol!

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  38. Hey ho Robert!

    Comedy is something that has always come easy to me. So, I guess I SEE the humor in things and then write about it. When I was still acting, and even in the more dramatic roles I portrayed, I still always found the humor in the character because I think it makes any character more real and dimensional.

    "I bet Shannon is glad she found a home with you. You're both wonderful crazy!"



    Yes, we're both NUTS! :)


    Thanks so much for stopping by, buddy. Have a super-duper weekend!


    X

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  39. i'm so glad you told me what elf on the shelf meant. i've been seeing it everywhere, but never thought to look it up. i thought you were going to say your elf did some chucky the doll stuff. i was a little scared, but shannon was only wearing a skirt and not carrying an axe or anything.


    she seems like a fun gal to have around. love the photos, ron.

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  40. " i thought you were going to say your elf did some chucky the doll stuff. i was a little scared, but shannon was only wearing a skirt and not carrying an axe or anything."

    Bwhahahahahaha! Val, OMG...that made me HOWL! No, no axe or anything Chucky. Just skirtless and sitting on the toilet!

    "she seems like a fun gal to have around."

    Isn't she cute? And she's a BLAST to have around.

    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Hope you're having a super weekend!
    X

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  41. Hey, Ron, check it out! Shannon has a Jewish cousin: "Mensch on a Bench!"

    http://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Move-over-Elf-on-the-Shelf-make-room-for-Mensch-on-a-Bench-384555

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  42. OMG Rob, I freaking LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!! And I laughed my ass off at the name. It's BRILLIANT!

    Thanks so much for sharing the link, buddy. That was fabulous!

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  43. I really can't see a striking difference between the two elf faces - they both look pretty androgynous to me. We had a set of old school elves when I was a kid, but they generally stayed in one place all Christmas. They were about the size of GI Joe's. Ours were entirely made of cloth, with wired limbs so they stayed however you posed them.


    Here's the funny thing - my son was telling me his brother's girlfriend had gotten a "really creepy" elf this year - he was talking about an Elf on the Shelf!

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  44. Ron oh Ron oh RON! I have MISSED YOU!!!!! I haven't had time to go online for WEEKS and I am SO BEHIND on your posts! I think I will do one a night as a special treat. You are NOT allowed to have your Christmas break this year. Ohhhh ok you can have it. But I really can't wait to see what you have been writing.

    NOW... about this post...... I want you to know I was in TEARS by the end. First of all... I actually JUST found out they have clothes for elf on the shelf. I couldn't believe it! I have one I used for one year before my youngest was too old. It was the only one left, as the elf thing was new that year. He is black or Indian, is definitely a boy but GOSH he looks ANGRY. Maybe because I have him out even with the kids old and he never moves at night and is PISSED about it. Who knows.

    BUT... I am OBSESSED with how creative people are with elf on the shelf. If you look at google you will see HYSTERICAL wonderful magical things people do with them. BUT... what i love even more are the ones where the elf is murdering someone, is getting drunk, high or is surrounded by naked barbies. And here you are, doing the most creative hysterical pictures with your new elf on the shelf. I was DELIGHTED when I saw what you were doing... and as I scrolled down I laughed enough to cry. BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!

    And when you found out Scott was a girl...OMG... CLASSIC!

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  45. " they both look pretty androgynous to me."

    That's what I thought, they both look pretty androgynous to me too. Especially without the skirt - HA!

    "They were about the size of GI Joe's. Ours were entirely made of cloth, with wired limbs so they stayed however you posed them."

    Yup, they sound exactly like the ones I had when I was a kid. They were about the size of a GI Joe and had bendable limbs.

    "Here's the funny thing - my son was telling me his brother's girlfriend had gotten a "really creepy" elf this year - he was talking about an Elf on the Shelf!"



    OMG...how FUNNY! And please tell your son to tell his brother to watch out for that elf because if it's anything like Shannon, it'll be drinking all the WINE!!!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Hope you had a super weekend!


    X

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  46. Helloooooooo Katherine!

    It's sooooooo great to see ya, my friend! And no worries, I know that right now people are insanely busy with the Christmas holiday and having other obligations. And yes, I will be taking my traditional holiday break from blogging next week because I'll be working more hours. But I'll only be gone a week.

    " It was the only one left, as the elf thing was new that year. He is black or Indian, is definitely a boy but GOSH he looks ANGRY. Maybe because I have him out even with the kids old and he never moves at night and is PISSED about it. Who knows."

    HAHAHHAHA! OMG...how funny! And yes, I also saw that the elves also come in different colors and ethnics.

    " BUT... what i love even more are the ones where the elf is murdering someone, is getting drunk, high or is surrounded by naked barbies."

    Yes! Can you believe it? In fact, one of my other readers mentioned something in her comment about seeing that on Facebook. She also mentioned something about seeing something posted called, a whore in the drawer! It was Barbie and booze! Bwhahahahahaaha!



    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Hope you had a great weekend and are enjoying the Christmas season!


    X

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  47. Yes, I loved the snow. I hope we get more this week.

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  48. Me too, Elaine. I can't wait until we get more snow. And mean, LOTS more :)

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  49. Hahaha....I like Shannon. She seems like a good ol' girl....one who'd give thought to what what constitutes "naughty". I'm thinking she'll abide by the creedo "what happens at Ron's place stays in Ron's place.
    Fun elf you have there. LOL. I'm thinking she had as much fun as you did with all those photos. Very cute. I think I could like Shannon.
    I adore the pixie your folks had. That's way different than a spying elf who'll report out your every move. LOL. I think I want one of THOSE!
    Oh, but we do have the Dwarf in the Drawer. ROFL. That's too bizarre for even me to make up.
    OH!!! I know!!! I'll bring him out of his box and scare himself with him!! :-D

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  50. "She seems like a good ol' girl....one who'd give thought to what what constitutes "naughty". I'm thinking she'll abide by the creedo "what happens at Ron's place stays in Ron's place."

    HAHAHAHAHAHA! Mel, I laughed out loud reading that!!! And it's true, she is a good ol' girl!

    Yes, Shannon and I had a blast taking these photographs. She's such a HAM in front of the camera!

    "Oh, but we do have the Dwarf in the Drawer. ROFL. That's too bizarre for even me to make up.OH!!! I know!!! I'll bring him out of his box and scare himself with him!!"

    OMG...you have GOT to share a picture of that Dwarf on your blog because I'm dying see it! Please?

    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Hope you had a fabulous Wednesday!

    (((((((( You ))))))))
    X

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  51. I honestly think that you should provide her, her own toilet. The standart size is definitely too big for her, I'm afraid that she'll accidentally drown herself there *lol*

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  52. "The standard size is definitely too big for her, I'm afraid that she'll accidentally drown herself there.

    Bwhahahahahaha! OMG...that was HILARIOUS! And you're right, I should probably get her one of those kiddie toilets. Or at least a kiddie toilet seat cover :)

    Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful holiday!

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  53. LOL! I loved this. Gave me some great ideas for our elf-ette, Wendy, for next year.

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  54. " Gave me some great ideas for our elf-ette, Wendy, for next year.'


    Lisa, do you have an Elf on the Shelf too?!? Aren't they FUN? We will have to introduce Wendy to Shannon next year, okay? They can hang out and be girlfriend elves!


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  55. You let Shannon run around your apartment nekkid? She sure is a cutie!

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  56. "You let Shannon run around your apartment nekkid?"


    HAHAHAHA! Yes, can you believe that? And I can't keep her clothes on. She's a regular NUDIST!


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