Friday, October 12, 2007

Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree...'re looking all lopsided!

No, I've not posted the picture upside down, this really is in the shops.

A fantastic space-saving idea which originated in the U.S. This upside down spruce effect tree leaves plenty of room underneath for all your Christmas gifts. Includes stand.

Now, what I want to know is... where does the fairy go?!


ShadowFalcon said...

You kidding me right? I leave the country for five mins and everything goes upside down....

Tinsie said...

Hey Shadowfalcon, you're back :-)

I kid you not - it's the latest trend (well, if you believe the JL blurb).

Karen said...

That is the dumbest thing I've ever seen. Ok, maybe the dumbest thing I've seen today. Good grief.

RennyBA said...

So maybe it a satellite picture of a Christmas tree in down under, Australia? LoL

Shionge said...

Cool ! An upside town tree ;D

Tinsie said...

@ Karen: Good grief indeed!

@ Rennyba: I suppose that's where they might have got the inspiration from ;-)

@ Shionge: You buying one then? Hehe.

Kathy said...

How exactly does it save space????
More room for presents?If you don't have room for a normal Christmas tree then buy a miniature tree to put on your coffee table otherwise the people who come over to your house for or during CHristmas will think one of three things:
A)You were so drunk when you put up your tree that you didn't notice it was upside down and now you are too but of a lazy ass to put it right
B)You are a devil worshipper or the anti-christ and want to make a statement OR
C)Your got this tree for less than 5 pounds because the manufacturing company made a huge mistake in production.
Otherwise it's not that bad??? :-)

Tinsie said...

I'm with you, girlfriend!

We have a massive Xmas tree which we don't bother with these days as it takes up so much space. Instead, we do a Xmas Boat that fits rather nicely on the hall table. Problem solved :-)