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Victor Moses’ upside down Christmas tree wins Christmas

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Like something straight out of the Upside Down in Stranger Things, or perhaps the visionary mind of Gaudí and his masterpiece, the Sagrada Família, Victor Moses’s Christmas tree is truly a sight to behold. It’s very much like a normal Christmas tree, with tinsel and garland and lights and ornaments and all that good stuff, but with one crucial difference. It’s upside down! Literally.


After falling off my chair, recovering from the shock of this equally wondrous and scary and incomprehensible sight, and collecting myself, I set about answering the all-important question of whether Victor Moses is a wizard, a rebel, or just somebody far more in tune with modern trends than me.

Turns out it’s mostly the latter. I’ve been reliably informed that this upside down madness is a once of the “biggest trends” of the Christmas season (i.e. the wife told me). Although according to this, they actually date back to the Middle Ages, while about a decade ago, they were considered a fad already.


Posted by The Spruce on Sunday, December 3, 2017

So there you, Victor Moses, a man of the times.

But where do they put the presents??