This Christmas, Bring Home A Crucifix Tree

Christian-themed retailer Boss Creations is “putting the ‘Christ’ back into Christmas.”

Putting one of these in the living room is a real conversation-starter…and after the holiday season is over you can hang laundry on it, or something.

12 Comments on "This Christmas, Bring Home A Crucifix Tree"

  1. …a bowel movement.

  2. except christ was never the reason for Christmas,
    he was slapped on top of pagan rituals and festivals to ease the subjugation of the locals.

  3. zenistentialdread | Dec 21, 2009 at 3:34 pm |

    Not be be anal but a crucifix is a cross with jesus nailed to it. Otherwise it's just a cross. That said calling it a “Crucifix Tree” is funny.

  4. Christmas means christ is born..

    • yes but that doesn't change the fact that they changed the date to try and co opt pagan festivals
      look it up, it's fairly common knowledge

  5. Incognito | Dec 21, 2009 at 7:07 pm |

    I was expecting a decorated tree nailed to a cross. I'm very disappointed.

  6. GoodDoktorBad | Dec 22, 2009 at 12:31 pm |

    Where's the Holy bloody corpse? There is nothing like death-on-a-stick to make your holiday brighter…
    Happy Martyr Day!

  7. GoodDoktorBad | Dec 22, 2009 at 12:45 pm |

    Holiday torture/execution devices the whole family will Love!
    A little symbolic blood drinking anyone?

  8. girlmachine | Dec 22, 2009 at 2:11 pm |

    with blood-red flocking for a limited extra charge? I think I'm sold.

  9. excellent post and review !

  10. excellent post and review !

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