MUST SEE: If 2020 Was A Christmas Tree…It Would Be This Year’s Tree At Rockefeller Center
One of the highlights for many Americans every holiday season is the famous Christmas tree that is erected every year at Rockefeller Center in New York City.
This has been a tradition since 1931, and this year the tree that was picked out is absolutely fitting for what kind of year we’re all having.
You’ve probably seen some of the memes going around on social media that state, “If 2020 were a…” then they would have a ridiculous image of something bad.
Here is a couple to give you an idea of what I’m talking about:
Well, if 2020 was a Christmas tree, it would be the one that’s going into Rockefeller Center this year. It basically looks like the adult version of the Christmas tree from A Charlie Brown Christmas.
It’s 2020, whose motto must be “Whatever can go wrong will go wrong.” It is, after all, the year of the pandemic, of lockdowns, of masks and, of course, of murder hornets.
This year, tree keepers picked a giant Norway spruce in Oneonta, New York, to erect in Midtown Manhattan. The 75-foot tree arrived on Saturday with a police escort and was lifted into position by crane.
But as with everything in 2020, the tree was a huge disappointment, and while the tree won’t be decorated and lit up until next month, social media users lit it up in a slew of hilarious posts.
Twitter users unloaded with their opinions of this year’s tree.
“Could the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree look any worse?
“The Rockefeller Christmas tree, just like the rest of us, really been through things in 2020”
“The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, ladies and gentlemen! Let’s give 2020 a round of applause.”
“The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree does not look like it had a particularly good 2020”
“Charlie Brown: I have the saddest Christmas Tree.
Rockefeller Center: Hold my beer.”