We Can’t Decide If This Product Is Genius or Disturbing! What Do You Think?
Forget the Elf on the Shelf, a Twitter user has discovered the ultimate tool in a parent’s “Trying To Make The Children Behave” kit, and we can’t decide if it is genius or kinda wrong.
Lydia Nicholas has found a Christmas-themed dummy surveillance camera designed to con kids into behaving by making them believe Santa’s little elves are watching them 24/7.
“So I have found the worst thing,” Lydia wrote on her viral share.
We don’t know that it is the worst thing. To be honest, we’re kind of intrigued.
I mean, this could work!
Not creepy and a gross invasion of privacy at all!
Meanwhile, over at Amazon, parents are delighted with the results of their elf surveillance system:
“Still a long time to Christmas but sometimes is the only way to get children behave. Just want to recommend this to everyone that wants to have well-behaved children it works 100% if my boy does something that he is going to be told off I just say to him who is watching you and he is a completely different child. It’s easy to use just put some batteries and press down and the camera starts to flash red and don’t need to do anything else.”
“This is a lovely idea for Christmas. My kids are behaving nicely thinking that elves are watching them. Fits anywhere you would like to put it up. Make Christmas a little more magical again.”
Once I convinced our children that Santa was watching them when the red light on the security sensors in the corners of our loungeroom turned on. That worked for a bit. This is just one step further, right? And is it really any different from that naughty Elf on the Shelf?
So I have found the worst thing. pic.twitter.com/aBEenJIgnp
— Lydia Nicholas (@LydNicholas) November 28, 2017
What do you think? Vote now!
Source: Twitter/Lydia Nicholas