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Naughty and nice office Christmas trees [GALLERY]

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The end of the year is usually a time for festivities, celebrations and gift exchange.

However, it makes it a bit more difficult to partake in joyous workplace festivities when the office decor leaves much to be desired… or just leaves you plain confused.

Here are 10 of the funniest, silliest and sometimes saddest-looking office Christmas trees.

1. “The office Christmas tree. Dead festive.” We’ll have to agree.

Image source: Twitter

Image source: Twitter

2. Tired of the same old pines and needles? Here’s an alternative.

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Image source: Twitter

3. If books are made of paper, and paper comes from trees, then this still counts… right?

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4. We want to say it’s the thought that counts, but this is so bad we’re convinced no one actually thought about it.

Image source: Twitter

Image source: Twitter

5. LIDA’s office in London decided to put an interesting twist on Christmas this year. As long as there are still gifts under the tree, that’s all that matters.

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Image source: Twitter

6. Speaking of unconventional trees, check out this dental clinic’s unique take (complete with toothpaste!):

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Image source: Twitter

7. “Our office has a tree…but I guess we gotta decorate that thing now.”

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Image source: Twitter

8. This office proves that decorating can be really hard work.

 

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Image source: Twitter

9. Don’t give up yet tree! We’re almost at Christmas!

Image source: Imgur

Image source: Imgur

10. “Clearly the Grinch stole the bottom of our work Christmas tree.”

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Image source: Twitter

 

 

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Sabrina Zolkifi
Deputy editor
Human Resources Magazine Singapore

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