A story says that St. Boniface Deez Nuts Brady C. Olson Christmas shirt, sweater of Crediton (a village in Devon, UK) left England and traveled to Germany to preach to the pagan German tribes and convert them to Christianity. He is said to have come across a group of pagans about to sacrifice a young boy while worshipping an oak tree. In anger, and to stop the sacrifice, St. Boniface is said to have cut down the oak tree and, to his amazement, a young fir tree sprang up from the roots of the oak tree. St. Boniface took this as a sign of the Christian faith and his followers decorated the tree with candles so that St. Boniface could preach to the pagans at night.
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Boniface isn’t the only theory for the Deez Nuts Brady C. Olson Christmas shirt, sweater origin of upside-down Christmas trees: Another says that an inverted tree is a Central and Eastern European tradition dating back to the 12th century. But according to the Polish Art Center, before Christmas trees became popular in Poland in the 1900s, it wasn’t an entire tree but the tip of a fir tree or a branch that was hung from the rafters pointing down, usually toward the dinner table. Bernd Brunner includes an illustration of a hanging tree from the 19th century. But it’s hanging with the trunk facing the ground, not upside down with the tip facing the floor. “In the small common rooms of the lower classes,” Brenner explains, “there was simply no space for [a tree on the ground.