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F Minus by Tony Carrillo for October 07, 2019

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    electricshadow Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Santa and company might want to save up for a houseboat.

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    Grumpy Old Guy  about 1 year ago

    There’s always the elf on a shelf gig, to fall back on….

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    WCraft Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Well, that explains all the elves we’ve been seeing around here!

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    PO' DAWG Premium Member about 1 year ago

    I landed a job as a lawn gnome.

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    Bonita Voigt Premium Member about 1 year ago

    If they clean the house and do the laundry, I’ll hire one. Make no gnome mistake about it!

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    Saddenedby Premium Member about 1 year ago

    awesome – if global warming aka climate change aka WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE! – means don’t have to put up with the “holiday season” stupidity that has nothing to do with Christmas than the elves are going to find it even harder to find ‘seasonal’ jobs Of course those who push that agenda can’t seem to get their years/date right so never mind let’s hire a few elves to do some lawncare :)

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    Night-Gaunt49  about 1 year ago

    Lies!! Santa is half Light Elf himself. Light Elves (Ljósálfar ) work because they want to. And also most of it is mechanized starting in 1655 onward. The Dark Elves (Dökkálfar) are more interested in mayhem and bringing old Chris down in the public’s eyes. They are as adroit as their Light brothers and sisters are in all things, they just turn them to hurt an injure instead of bringing delight.

    They worked together at first which is why Santa is depicted in older prints of having a dark visaged an horned “assistant”. We know him as “Krampus” who ate little boys and girls who were bad all year.

    Also Elves are human size, this shrink to faerie tale size is a modern creation. J.R.R. Tolkien saw to that myth dashing it down into ignominy. (Don’t get me started on Disney and their depictions of the Fey!)

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