I don’t know if we’ve covered this mystery before and I don’t care. We remain in the dark, for I shall never understand the people who produce an upside fake Christmas tree and I will never understand the people who buy it.
Have you seen this plastic devil’s plant?
For about $700, you can terrify your friends and family with your tree from (literal) hell. Apparently these trees allow for more room for gifts but who’d want a present from someone who thinks an upside-down tree is a practical and attractive holiday decor idea? NOT ME. Or maybe people like it because it could display fancy ornaments better as they dandle perilously over open space. I simply do not know. Do you? Do you know someone with a $700 upside-down Christmas tree? Are YOU someone with an upside-down Christmas tree. If so, I’l like your thoughts (but not your shitty taste.)
Here’s a $400 one in gold. The description, presumably written in all seriousness, is quite something. “Dress your home in holiday cheer with with this elegant display. This realistic tree will get your house ready for the season.”
Since the upside-down tree must rest on a special psycho stand (it does not grow from the ceiling), what does one put on top of the tree? A train set? A holiday buffet? Storage? Maybe that’s where the spinster cousin cat lady gets to sleep over. Why is it not in the Williams-Sonoma Holiday Catalog? So many questions, so few answers. Seriously, if you or someone you know celebrates the holidays with one of these, we would like to know about you… and if you’re okay.