I hope that you clicked on this headline because you love a scintillating saga, because ladies and germs (and everyone else), have I got a story for you.
This is the tale, my friends, of how a gargoyle dressed in holiday regalia really, really managed to get under the skin of a neighborhood Karen, even though his attire was obviously none of her business.
The beginning of the tale harkens back to a time when Frank the Gargoyle was not adorned with festive attire at all, but was a simple naked gargoyle minding his own biscuits.
And not doing his job of warding off evil, but we digress.
The “neighbors” did not appreciate her humor, but were informed that the Elf on the Shelf is always watching.
I hope they’re frightened by the prospect of no visit from Santa, but I won’t hold my breath.
Now he has a snowman friend! He honestly looks happier now, idk.
Frank is a Die Hard fan. Of course he is; who isn’t?!
Is “Karen” a fan? We’ll have to wait and see, but I think we all know the answer.
His own hellhound. I honestly think this display looks great.
Oh it’s a skeleton cat. That’s scarier than a dog anyway.
I, too, am confused about the homeless remark, and the rest of is it just laughably hypocritical.
She taped the pot and kettle picture to the door. Y’all, I cannot.
And he DOES have a dog!! Oh, I am SO happy.
I guess she didn’t like the note. No word on Die Hard.
She’s obviously wrong. There’s an entire song about it and it’s every kid’s favorite Christmas song for at least a few years of their childhood.
So glad she pointed out the song.
Wouldn’t want to get in trouble with the city for not properly announcing the dog.
He went there with Phantom of the Opera lyrics. I kind of want to marry this person.
And a wreath that’s a portal to Alternate Christmas?? You’ve gotta appreciate the creativity (unless you’re “Karen.”
It’s a plush Covid. A) where did she get that and B) WHERE DID SHE GET THAT?
She actually used the trash can so I think the joke’s on her.
It’s a plague doctor. In a Santa hat. This person is COMMITTED.
Or perhaps should be committed, I can’t honestly tell.
She’s reported him to the HOA and the mayor? *clutches pearls*
Ma’am that is destruction of property.
(Please say he filed a report).
She’s definitely not respecting the 6-foot rule.
Who knew one person could own so many rats?
Seriously so many.
This entire thing is pretty epic, and might be the best and only way to take care of a neighborhood “Karen.”
Let this be a lesson to all of you busybodies out there – and all of you will surely be dealing with one sometimes in the near or distant future.