From the POV of cameras hid in the dogs' antlers
A common way to dress up your dog during the holidays.
Aes is making a ridiculous image here by saying that the dogs (posing next to Santas) have cameras hidden in their antlers to spy on the Santas and make sure they’re acting right. Either that or the cameras are there to catch all the action when the Santas fight.
I saw this and the line before linking in the idea that Christmas is a corporate holiday, the antlered dog with the POV (point of View) cam could easily be a reference to the the dog in Dr Seuess’s The Grinch, implying the dressed falseness of the holiday and the scrooge behind it.
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