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.
Happy Christmas everybody have a great day! pic.twitter.com/ng20yHBxA0— Victor Moses (@VictorMoses) December 25, 2017
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.
So there you, Victor Moses, a man of the times.
But where do they put the presents??