inverted christmas tree

January 7, 2003: It would be easier to hang Christmas ornaments on an upside-down tree, because none of the branches get in the way.
~conversation with John Weistroffer

Wow, three years after this conversation and companies are actually now selling upside-down Christmas trees.

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Tom Saaristo
19 years ago

Huh? Why wouldn’t the branches get in the way? They are still there? Don’t you WANT the branches to be “in the way” or available…isn’t that where you hang your ornaments?

It would be more trouble to invert the tree and secure it into place than it would be to suffer a few pokes of some soft pine needles in order to decorate your tree.

Where you guys on a sugar rush or something? 😉

Jan
Jan
17 years ago

Can I purchase an up-side down Xmas tree? How can you turn an artificial tree into an up-side down tree? Thanks, Jan

lwells
lwells
17 years ago

uhhh, hang it from the ceiling?? <<idea courtesy of ceferino grima>>

Anonymous
Anonymous
16 years ago

yeah ok y r you lot actualy talkingabout a upside down tree???

shell
shell
16 years ago

think its stupid?? It is all the rage over here. You cant by one anywhere around here. EVERYONE wants one. 🙂

No Way!
No Way!
16 years ago

What next, Mistle Toe on the Floor? Everyone I’ve talked to thinks it stupid! The posted comments mention that some of you want one because everyone else has one. If they all jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge, would you follow them too!

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