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Posted: 12/13/2013 3:48:07 AM EST
Yeh, saw a picture or two here but it didn't register anything.

Now my wife brought one home and is trying to find the proper spot for it.

Yes, I live a sheltered life.

Might have pics of the elf shooting the disposable cat later.
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Link Posted: 12/13/2013 4:26:37 AM EST
It's fun the kids love it. If you guys run out of ideas have your wife check Pinterest.
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this must be a new thing. I'm almost 30 and i had NEVER heard of this "tradition" till maybe a year or 2 ago.

eta: I also have no children.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 4:28:36 AM EST
By the time Christmas rolls around, I'm stressed out trying to find new and inventive things for that bitch to do.

But the kids love it, so....HO HO HO.

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Pics of wife. We have rules
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Originally Posted By ttushooter:
this must be a new thing. I'm almost 30 and i had NEVER heard of this "tradition" till maybe a year or 2 ago.

eta: I also have no children.
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I think it only showed up in 2005
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 4:42:11 AM EST
I didn't know until last year when I was 34 years old. Got the set with the DVD and watched it.
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Mine this morning. Drunk little bastard.

Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:01:12 AM EST
We just discovered this phenomenon recently as well.

Fun for the kids - and fun for the adults who get to mess with the kids. :D
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:04:10 AM EST
More retail WTF-BS for the holiday formerly known as Christmas.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:08:30 AM EST
Actually, we had these when I was a kid (early 1970's). We would just put them around the house and make them play army man games with us in the backyard. I think my mom got them sometime in the late 1960's.

Eric
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:29:27 AM EST
We had those when I was a kid in the '70s too, but they were just used as decorations. A friend of mine from college actually burned down his house with one when he was little. He hung it on one of those big, hot, old-fashioned Christmas tree lights. The tree, presents, and the rest of the house went up in flames.
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Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:34:47 AM EST
I saw pictures here last week of this for the first time. Still not sure why it is or what the hell is going on.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:35:07 AM EST
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Poop thread!
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:38:22 AM EST
My brother does Elk on the Shelf... a little toy elk that is hidden so when his son wakes up, he searches for it then finally shoots with a nerf gun.



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Originally Posted By ttushooter:
this must be a new thing. I'm almost 30 and i had NEVER heard of this "tradition" till maybe a year or 2 ago.

eta: I also have no children.
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I have kids and I never heard of it until that thread the other day. I asked what it was but no one felt like giving me a straight answer so I googled it. My kids are too old for that stuff anyway. I asked them about it and they never heard of it either. I figured they might have heard about it at school, but nope.



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Originally Posted By apierce918:

I think it only showed up in 2005
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Originally Posted By apierce918:
Originally Posted By ttushooter:
this must be a new thing. I'm almost 30 and i had NEVER heard of this "tradition" till maybe a year or 2 ago.

eta: I also have no children.

I think it only showed up in 2005


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