Elf on Shelf, Friend or Pest? 12 Funny Images

We have called in the experts to try and determine whether reports on Christmas Elves becoming a household nuisance are valid. In gathering evidence we found some very strange activity by these Elves on Shelves and some funny pictures to boot. If your Elf on a Shelf is misbehaving the best pest authority to call would be the big red man himself, Santa. In the meantime, keep sending us your photos.

1 -Shelf Elf the Jokester


Not amused little prankster.

2- Elf the Pantry Pest


One of the most common reports is that of the elf raiding food supplies. They have a particular taste for sweets. Open bags of M&Ms are especially vulnerable.


3- Elf on Shelf Juvenile Delinquent



Toilet paper. From TP-ing a Christmas Tree to rolling an entire room, several shelf-elves are guilty of this adolescent favorite. If you are having elf problems in your home, HIDE THE TOILET PAPER.

 4- The Scary Elf on the Shelf



People are often scared of things smaller than themselves. For some it is harmless crickets for others it is black widow spiders, and for Joy… It’s a creepy Elf on the Shelf.  Spine chilling, bone rattling. Those blue eyes look pretty shifty.

5- The Mess Making Morris

If your elf introduces himself as “Morris” beware. elf-on-the-shelf-mess

6- Cruising in the Pink Party Wagon

Sammy the Elf on the Shelf has game. Come on Barbie, let’s go party!

7- Sipping the Syrup


The elf on the shelf is spreading his vices to other toys in toyland. Is this bad enough to classify the Elf as a grade A pest? Does syrup have sugar? Then YESSS!

8- Defamation of Character


I rest my case.

9- Possible Solutions

Cats. Cats make for great exterminators.


10 – Waterboarding the Elf on the Shelf

…Or Torture The Elf for Santa’s Secret Location


11 – Call in the Professionals

When you are at your wit’s end and can’t take it anymore, best to call on the pros.



But be careful not to get on the Elf’s Bad Side…


Wishing you a Merry Christmas.

May all of your Christmas woes and worries be gone. And may your Hum-Bugs be exterminated. The Pest Control Pros of BlogPestControl, wish you a very Merry Christmas.


-Thomas Ballantyne
Director of Marketing for Bulwark Exterminating
Follow me on Twitter —> @Thos003

Make it a great day!


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