If you’re disappointed in your quirky version of a Christmas tree this year, don’t be. What is ‘classic’ anyway?
Finding a ‘classic’ Christmas tree is probably impossible; every Christmas tree seems to have a set of oddities that make it ‘cool’ rather than ‘classic.’
Imperfect or cool? It’s your decision:
1. Christmas trees with ambiguous religious backgrounds–
“Christmas tree 2004, proving beyond dispute that I am indeed the world’s worst Jew.”
2. Tiny Christmas trees, cleverly disguised as table centerpieces.
3. Tropical Christmas trees.
4. Christmas trees with very small residents.
5. Beach Christmas trees and/or Christmas trees that are clearly dead.
6. Christmas trees with naive yet inspirational Christmas ornaments.
7. Christmas trees decorated with elementary school craft projects.
8. Christmas trees with light strings that were not quite long enough.
9. Mirrored Christmas trees. (Double the tree! But not really!)
10. Plastic Christmas trees.
11. Lobby Christmas trees, lavishly decorated and very lonely.
12. Manly Christmas trees (just add duct tape).
13. Deciduous Christmas trees.
14. Ent-ish Christmas trees.
15. All the giant artificial Christmas trees in malls across America.
16. [Insert your tree here.]