Upside down Christmas trees are now a growing festive trend
What is this madness?
We’re all for originality but this is just sheer madness.
Apparently, there’s a growing trend in the Christmas decoration department and we’re not OK with it.
People have been sharing pictures of their Christmas trees online with one huge difference – they’re upside down.
what’s better than a Christmas tree? an upside down Christmas tree of course #whytho pic.twitter.com/a7MX0cDGuV
— Lucy Stafford (@LucyStaffie) November 17, 2017
This #Christmas tree at the Hotel Del Coronado is upside down! Some find it artistic while others say it's disrespectful. What do you think? pic.twitter.com/ZKM8zBRSjc
— Danielle Radin (@danielleradin) November 22, 2017
Yep, you read that correctly.
The growing trend has received a mixed response online, however, we’re holding firm in our belief that this is just not right.
I have a lot of questions. Why is Target selling an upside down Christmas tree? Why is it nearly $1000? Is this a Stranger Things joke that I’m missing? Someone help. pic.twitter.com/ZA33y1WKyC
— ʝєииα✨ (@schaferwafer) November 21, 2017
Upside down Christmas tree at @ClaridgesHotel from @KarlLagerfeld unveiled https://t.co/L2BvuxK0Pg pic.twitter.com/oGW39R5Pqg
— Caterertweets (@Caterertweets) November 22, 2017
Not only is playing tricks on the mind, but we can’t help but feel uneasy that the whole thing would come crashing down on us.
As weird viral trends go, this might look nice in pictures, but we don’t think we’d have it in our house.