Eaton Centre’s pink-and-purple Christmas “tree” was unveiled on Thursday to a number of baffled Torontonians. Missing from the tree are traditional red and green Christmas colours, a trunk, branches — you know, things that a Christmas tree usually has. Below, a roundup of our favourite tweets about the yucky yuletide structure."> Eaton Centre’s pink-and-purple Christmas “tree” was unveiled on Thursday to a number of baffled Torontonians. Missing from the tree are traditional red and green Christmas colours, a trunk, branches — you know, things that a Christmas tree usually has. Below, a roundup of our favourite tweets about the yucky yuletide structure." />

The Eaton Centre’s new “Christmas tree” manages to weird out just about everyone


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Looking like something from Elle Woods’ living room, or even something Lady Gaga might wear, the Eaton Centre’s pink-and-purple Christmas “tree” was unveiled on Thursday to a number of baffled Torontonians. Missing from the tree are traditional red and green Christmas colours, a trunk, branches — you know, things that a Christmas tree usually has. Below, a roundup of our favourite tweets about the yucky yuletide structure.

 

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