John Lewis have released their Christmas Advert (above), which means that it is now officially 'ok' to talk about the festive season. In reaction to the advert a plethora of parodies have appeared on the internet tickle and delight, as apposed to increase revenue for the retailer.

John Lewis have spent a reported £7m on their Christmas ad campaign, which sees the launch of their latest mascot, Buster The Dog, into the stratosphere ...from a trampoline.

Making sure that the advert hits the spot is vital, with John Lewis making 20% of their annual sales and 40% of their profits over the Christmas period.

In a week of bizarre events, John Lewis have definitely lifted some spirits but not as much as the parodies. Here are a few of them.

MyVoucherCodes' made this in 6 hours and for £600 #BudgetBuster

ThatLot shares the sentiments of a nation

The Poke ruins Christmas

BBC3 reinterprets the story got all Trump and Hillary

Tennants goes Scottish

RedShirt films didn't think that the original was miserable enough

Eager Beaver Films want to shit on Christmas

RamJam took the poop to new levels

[We are biased but this is our favourite].

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