Just days away from the general election, the Elves Behavin’ Badly have launched their latest campaign to lead the House of Commons.
PMS International’s Christmas brand has been spotted across London – and even on the Tube – this festive season, and now they’re making one final bid for Number 10.
In a cheeky jab at the back-and-forth between the Labour and Conservative parties, Elves Behavin’ Badly believe Elfie, the leader of the prank party, would be best placed to “deliver Br’ELF’xit”.
“By voting for Elfie as your next Prime Minister, your support vows to deliver Br'ELF'xit and energise the UK Elf population,” the campaign vows. “As leader of the prank party, Elfie can ensure political certainty...maybe!”
The satirical visual follows a cheeky campaign to promote the festive fools. Earlier this month, Elfie and Elvie took to the Northern Line to spread cheer, merriment and, of course, mischief, reading Playelf magazine and causing a scene and the ticket barriers.
Earlier this year as the (then) Brexit deadline loomed, the Elves Behavin’ Badly called on the government to ‘stop elfing around’, taking to the House of Commons to demand an early general election… Perhaps there’s some method to the madness.