Another Disposed of Christmas Pagan Tree… in May!

May 11, 2024 by Joshua
in Nature

Regular readers know what most people call “Christmas trees” I call by the more accurate name “Christmas pagan trees” because they come from pagan tradition. I document how many people pay for chopping down trees to use for a few days or weeks, then throw away just before or after Christmas.

Today, May 11, I saw another on the curb for trash collection—a testament to how many trees we kill as a bastardization of a holiday that has nothing to do with fir trees.

Stay classy, Christians. Or should I say pagans. What do you call someone who celebrates pagan holidays? I’m not saying one is better or worse, only I’m confused when Christians celebrate pagan holidays.

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