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“Don’t be a Thor loser.” An elf bests one of Earth—and Asgard’s—mightiest heroes in a game.

Stephanie Spiess / Juneau Empire “Don’t be a Thor loser.” An elf bests one of Earth—and Asgard’s—mightiest heroes in a game.

Photos: See elf adventures

No time like the present.

The Juneau Empire put out a call for photos, and readers didn’t keep their Elves on Shelves to themselves.

Take a look at this pictures of what elves in Juneau got up to this holiday season.

Courtesy Photo / Sabrina Harvey
An elf awaits Christmas, so he can open his presents.

Courtesy Photo / Sabrina Harvey An elf awaits Christmas, so he can open his presents.

Courtesy Photo / Tracey Torba
This elf takes a bubble bath.

Courtesy Photo / Tracey Torba This elf takes a bubble bath.

Courtesy Photo / Angela Boyd
It’s game day elves.

Courtesy Photo / Angela Boyd It’s game day elves.

Courtesy Photo / Angela Boyd
Twizzle the Elf takes selfies with his new Barbie friends.

Courtesy Photo / Angela Boyd Twizzle the Elf takes selfies with his new Barbie friends.

Courtesy Photo / Jill Kaasteen Meserve
This elf, Dory, is making sure nobody sneaks any snacks after bedtime. She’s keeping herself warm wrapped up in a sea otter scarf.

Courtesy Photo / Jill Kaasteen Meserve This elf, Dory, is making sure nobody sneaks any snacks after bedtime. She’s keeping herself warm wrapped up in a sea otter scarf.

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