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What's with all the upside-down Christmas trees this year?

As the holidays draw nearer, you may have noticed a weird Christmas trend popping up on social media: the upside-down Christmas tree.

So what's the deal? Why are people suddenly turning their Christmas trees on their heads? And is it making anyone else very dizzy?

SEE ALSO: People are decorating their pineapples as Christmas trees

The upside-down Christmas tree is exactly why I don't bother to keep up with trends - it looks ridiculous 🙃 pic.twitter.com/6ALgFhVmul

— emily hill (@itsemilyhill) November 27, 2017

Turns out, upside-down Christmas trees aren't a new thing at all, despite being a very ~2017~ trend. In fact, per The Spruce, their roots are in the Middle Ages, when people would display them to signify the Holy Trinity.  Read more...

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