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So, There's An Upside Down Tree Trend Happening

This is probably the weirdest decoration I've seen.

Have you ever thought about turning your Christmas Tree upside down? Y'know, pointy side facing the floor? Well apparently you can buy them like this now.

But here's the catch: as I came across this one at Target, one place where you typically find good deals, this upside down tree is over $1,000.

WHO SPENDS THAT FOR A TREE?

I mean, maybe rich people, yeah, but check these trees out:

Laura A. Harris on Twitter

Hey Tampa Bay! Do you have an #UpsideDown Christmas tree in your house? I wanna talk to you! Send me an email at [email protected]

 

Tim.A.Roberts on Twitter

Took this in Paris 4 years ago / the upside down Xmas tree isn't a new thing at all - Galeries Lafayette

 

emily hill on Twitter

The upside-down Christmas tree is exactly why I don't bother to keep up with trends - it looks ridiculous ????

Danielle Radin on Twitter

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? https://t.co/ZKM8zBRSjc

 

Would you be down to pull yourself a little 'Stranger Things' and celebrate an Upside Down Christmas? Take the poll below!

 

 

Amy Cooper knows in her heart, which is also sometimes two sizes too small, that the Grinch didn't hate Christmas, he just didn't care for people very much.