|Image from graphicsfairy.blogspot.com's old coloring book|
Ok, I'm with you so far, even though I think it's important to teach kids to be good for the sake of being good, because it's the right thing to do, and not because there is some material reward at the end of the year for not being a brat, I have been known to say, "Santa is watching!" when one of my kids is just being a pain in the butt for no reason. (If Santa rewards run-on sentences, I'm gonna get a pony!)
And I get the part about moving the elf every night, because he jet-sets up to the North Pole to tell Santa what you've been up to all day. Also, it's less creepy if the elf isn't watching you while you sleep, or do other... cough... bedroom things. Amiright?
|I think we need to agree, as a culture, that the sleep-watching thing is CREEPY|
Now, granted, most of my knowledge of this phenomenon comes from Pinterest, but look at these elves... Why would Santa trust their judgment???
|But MOM! It was funny when Gumdrop Sparklehead did it! Why are you mad at me?|
|Can you say, "Ants"? I knew you could!|
|I was gonna put it in the Salvation Army bucket, I swear!|
|He sees you when you're crapping... He knows whether you wipe!|
|I find this potty theme disturbing.|
|Mr. Jinglepants needs to see a urologist.|
|Oh my God, he peed in the milk! BARF!|