Christmas is expensive, and when you’re a millennial, it can be difficult to afford proper festive decor on top of gifts for all your friends and family. But Twitter has the solution — and an alternative to those sad-looking 3-foot Walmart Christmas trees.
Introducing, the pineapple Christmas tree.
Oh Pineapple Tree, Oh Pineapple Tree…decking the office with a new sweet tradition. #ontrend #castlecookemortgage pic.twitter.com/qysiOAg8rb— Wendy Nations WREG (@wendynationswx) November 29, 2017
Instead of pine needles, fill your apartment with the fruity fresh smell of pineapple. It’s a fun alternative and might even become a new tradition.
Meet Phil, the Christmas Pineapple. pic.twitter.com/PVMb651xuk— tay (@saladspooons) November 13, 2017
3 ways to decorate your pineapple Christmas tree 🍍 (It's this year's most popular holiday trend!) https://t.co/RuWKEGvU6m pic.twitter.com/bObNSzAegG— Coastal Living (@coastalliving) November 17, 2017
Yet not everyone is on board with this new “tradition.” And of course, millennials are getting the blame for killing the Christmas tree. Perhaps they ate too much avocado toast to afford the real thing.
This has to be the most millennial thing that I have ever seen. Next up: we're killing Christmas Trees https://t.co/hyJH9jLNM5— HollyMou (@HollyMou18) November 5, 2017