Let me start by saying that I'm not the most perceptive person on earth. I bump into walls and furniture almost every day and I daydream more than I should, but when I see certain Christmas decorations I still shake my head in wonder. Seriously, how can some people not see what's wrong with the decor? Take this wrapping paper, for instance. Maybe printing "Let it snow" on the wrapping paper was not such a good idea. If you really like the wrapping, you should use it for a bigger present. That just looks desperate.
Look, I know people like to go all out for Christmas lunch/dinner. They use their best plates, they try and match the glasses and they even lay out a clean tablecloth. But look, Grandma, if you want fancy table napkins for Christmas, maybe you should just stick to the simple triangle.
Even if you're not anywhere near being a perv, you just can't help but raise an eyebrow at this Christmas decoration. Can one Christmas decoration ruin Frosty's whole image? Um, well, this one is trying very hard to.
Maybe they should have hung this Santa somewhere other than on a bridge. I don't know, maybe on a bouncing castle or on the ground floor somewhere. Nobody needs extra encouragement from Santa to jump for joy on a bridge.
I guess if it's cheap chocolate, we can't expect the chocolate to be perfectly carved. But hey, two dots to look like eyes might have helped save this very phallic chocolate Santa. I guess the adults will have to eat this one.
Look, I get it. Santa is all about the kids. That's what this painting is representing, no? But still, those kids look like they are trapped in Santa's beard and are screaming for help. Santa's reputation is being tarnished.
Um, I guess we need to bring the Christmas spirit to our toilet cleaning, too? I don't know about you, but I wouldn't touch those pine looking things if you paid me. Touching the end of the plunger is effort enough.