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08 Dec

Christmas Elf Name

That is my Christmas Elf name... My wife's is MERRY BING-A-LING I found some names of famous elves that help Santa each year... Alabaster Snowball (Administrator of the Naughty & Nice list). Bushy Evergreen (Inventor of the magic toy-making machine). Pepper Minstix (Guardian of the secret of where Father Christmas's village is located). Shinny Upatree (The oldest friend of Santa and the cofounder of the secret village in Lapland). Sugarplum Mary (Head of the Sweat Treats, she is also known as Mary Christmas. She is an assistant to Mrs Claus and helps her in the kitchen). Wunorse Openslae (Designer of Father Christmas's sleigh and responsible for its maintenance. He also looks after the reindeers and it is believed that his reindeers reach speeds faster than Christmas tree lights). What is your Christmas Elf name? Go here and find out... Make sure to post the results as a comment! (it is fun and will help you become eligible for the free Christmas toy giveaway!)

  1. collin
    December 10th, 2010 at 09:29 | #1

    I wonder what name you had to enter to get Frosty?

  • kylee
    December 10th, 2010 at 08:44 | #2

    We got Monkey Buns and Angel Pants too….So they petitioned Santa to drop the last name and use his alternative naming system.
    so we have
    Jingle Elf
    Yummy Elf
    Sprinkle Elf
    Jingle Jr. Elf
    Twinkle Elf
    and the upcoming Frosty Elf

  • Bowman
    December 9th, 2010 at 20:15 | #3

    Okay the girls and I were just doing a few more names and we think Grandpa Ed’s is the best-
    Dingy Monkey-buns. Yikes!

  • collin
    December 9th, 2010 at 12:00 | #4

    Haha! These elf names are great!
    I am pretty sure this is the official way that Santa names his elves… It seems like it looks at how many letters are the name or something like that.

    My favorite so far is Troy being Nipper Angle-Pants. And no, I will not be calling him that to his face. He’ll rip me in half.

  • Tassi Smith
    December 9th, 2010 at 09:16 | #5

    My elf name is Sunny Monkey Buns. I’m not sure this website is reliable. Maybe Sunny Monkey Buns is kind of the Jones and Smiths of elf names.

  • Bowman
    December 9th, 2010 at 09:03 | #6

    And although I like Merry Bing-a-ling better, Goofy Monkey-buns is pretty funny too for Ash if she capitalizes.

  • Bowman
    December 9th, 2010 at 09:02 | #7

    Collin- yours in Lowercase fits “Snooky Bing-a-ling”!

  • Bowman
    December 9th, 2010 at 09:01 | #8

    Crystal- Batty Angel-pants. Very fitting given that mom is sunny angel-pants.
    Troy- Nipper Angel-pants
    J- Beaker Angel-pants (doesn’t fit) but with her middle name it’s Puddin’ Angel-pants
    E-Goofy angel-pants
    J- Dingy Angel-pants
    Z-Jolly Angel-pants
    L-Pinky Angel-pants
    C-Snooky Angel-pants

    I figured out it gives you a different name if you do a capital 1st letter versus lower case so you can chose between 2. (Bowman= Angel-pants, bowman= Candylips. Not sure what one I like more 🙂 That’s why all of these fit so well! FUN!

  • Mama Smith
    December 9th, 2010 at 00:29 | #9

    I’m not really comfortable with my elf name, “Sunny Monkey Buns”, so I tried my maiden name, “Sunny Angel Pants”. Oh yeah, much better :/ I can hear the snickers now.

    I just visited grandkids in NC. In one household, we were practically snowed in, so the Sunny part sounds perfectly optimistic. At the other household, as their well-loved elf (a gift from me a few years back) was being hidden several times a day, his pants were falling off. Perhaps the name fits after all.

    1. December 13th, 2010 at 13:18 | #1

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