Christmas is coming people!
We've only got two days to wait until we get to see the full John Lewis advert that has become one of the biggest festive traditions in the UK.
An adorable teaser was released a few days ago and got the world spinning but another cheeky little snippet has appeared on the Internet.
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This clip shows the cutest little girl jumping on the sofa while her even cuter dog watches her.
The previous video shows her bouncing on a space hopper while her dog watched on, but what does this #BounceBounce mean!?
Last year's sentimental offering - Man In The Moon - had us all in tears, but it looks like this year it's all about celebrating the joy of the season.
Last week the Internet went into meltdown after a Christmas advert marked up as John Lewis and more *John Lewis* than you could imagine appeared online.
It had it all. Adorable cartoons? Check. Lilting acoustic music? Check. A storyline that will hit you in the feels? Check. Christmassy? Check.
Except it WASN'T the John Lewis advert.
Instead it came from media studies student Nick’s A-level coursework. Our coursework definitely didn’t look as polished as this…
Answering a few questions about the video on his YouTube, Nick says that he made the video alongside an essay on how successful John Lewis’s marketing campaign has become.
“As far as I remember I think it got full marks,” he revealed, and we couldn’t agree more with the result.
It doesn’t look like a last-minute job at all to us, but Nick wrote: “The actual production took about two weeks including rendering. It was a very rushed piece, I’ve left it till the last month to do it.”
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Nick says that he wasn’t going to upload the video because “I’m fairly critical of my work”, but we’re sure glad he did.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Nick admitted the moving video only cost him a few snacks, while John Lewis have reportedly shelled out a staggering £7-8m on the advert.
When asked by hosts Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway what grade he got, Nick smiled: "The video got full marks, but not sure about the essay!"
"I've always been a fan of John Lewis adverts and when we think of Christmas, we think of John Lewis," added the student.
Questioned whether the high street favourite have got in touch with him, Nick simply replied: "No, they haven't, no."
We wouldn’t be surprised if John Lewis starts knocking down his door pretty soon, however...
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The creative animation has now reached over 450,000 people and viewers took to social media to express their love for the detailed one minute 25 second YouTube clip.