Let’s please all agree that this classic Christmas decoration should be retired from use… for good. We understand the importance of traditional ornaments, especially when they’ve been part of a family’s holidays for decades. But folks, this white angel is the stuff of nightmares!
With all the gorgeous ornaments available nowadays, sometimes it’s time to renew and let go of the old. Bring the elves, the stars, the stockings, the reindeer, the colorful orbs, anything but this creepy angel. It actually looks like she has fangs on her cheeks, and those eyes are way too scary for Christmas. Put it in the trash, buddy. Or save it for Halloween.
Seriously...What Were They Thinking?
We have to imagine that this was some kind of prank from a disgruntled employee or that the decoration director for that mall is out of their mind, because what sane person would put a Christmas tree like that inside a mall?!
Was this part of an inside joke about how “crappy” the holidays can be? Was it an ode to the famous emoji? The idea of a single spiral band for a Christmas tree is all good and well, but people, please choose a different color at least! Then again, mall shoppers probably had a blast just making fun of this insanity.
Christmas Toilet Paper
You’ve got to love anybody who takes Christmas so seriously as to put holiday-themed toilet paper in their bathroom. Then again, we’re not so sure how right it would feel to use Santa’s face to wipe your bottom.
Also, the printing department behind this toilet paper didn’t seem to think about how their “Ho, Ho, Hos” would look when the paper was actually put in its place. But hey, all things considered, “Oh Oh Oh” certainly seems more fitting to a bathroom experience. At least whoever uses this will get a kick out of the misprint and have holiday cheer even in the restroom!
When the Design Guy Comes to Work Drunk
Maybe the lettering machine was wrong? Perhaps the person in charge of the printing on the mat had a few drinks too many? Or maybe it’s just the legendary rapper’s welcome mat – “I am Dre, aiming for a white Christmas”. Not only did they separate the words in the worst possible places, but they also misspelled “dreaming,” making it just an all-around fail.
The person in this store should ask for a full refund and get rid of those mats! To the makers of this holiday mat, we assure you that one thing people dream about more than a white Christmas is a correctly spelled welcome mat.
Ten Points for Creativity
Imagine finally having found that perfect Christmas gift for someone after days of deliberation; you’re at home, the gift is in your hand and you’re ready to wrap it with your gorgeous Christmas-themed wrapping paper that was left over from the previous year. And suddenly, you realize there is not one single piece of it left!
You don’t have time to go buy some because you’re on the way out to the Christmas party, so what do you do? You do what this fabulously creative person did – take some birthday-themed wrapping paper and add the “Jesus” with a black Sharpie underneath. After all, it is Jesus’s birthday.