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On tonight's episode, I read a good news story about a funny contest they had in Scotland they let the public name the Snowplows and they did an awesome job with the names. Then we have tonight's story called The Elves and Their Antics which follows Styf an old prankster Elf and talks about the different types of Elves and what they do.
It's an excellent Elvin story based on dutch legends as far as I can tell these Elves live in Holland. If you have ever seen movies like Lord of the rings or the Hobbit you know how beautiful and intelligent Elves are portrayed to be but according to this story there is an ugly variety too.
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