Bizarre X-Mas Tree Ornaments – Pickle on your Tree

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Not sure who wants to hang garlic, pickle, pizza ornaments on a tree. But I guess having selection is better than having no selection.

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Posted by   @   17 November 2008 15 comments
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Nov 17, 2008
6:38 am
#1 OM :

Man… Might as well have a diarrhea ornament to go along with that burger.

Nov 17, 2008
12:01 pm
#2 Joanne :

I would love these. If I had them, I wouldn’t put anything else on the tree.

Nov 17, 2008
2:31 pm
#3 RGS :

HrrrHrrr… I love the idea of nasty ornaments (of cours) what about puke, fart, pimple ornatments.

Nov 17, 2008
4:06 pm
#4 JRR :

The pickle is actually an old tradition. I’ve heard people say it is German, but other sources dispute that. Anyway, the first person to find the pickle in a tree gets a prize!

Nov 17, 2008
7:16 pm
#5 Birdy :

As far as I know, the pickle one is from an old tradition where the first person to find the pickle on the tree gets to open the first present.

…Or maybe that’s just my family?

Nov 17, 2008
11:46 pm
#6 Brad :

The pickle is a tradition for some families.. its the last ornament hung and its hidden on the tree somewhere… the first child that spots it gets a special prize.

Nov 21, 2008
3:55 pm
#7 RGS :

Oh wow … I didn’t know that with the pickle. Hang a fresh one and this is automatically the price! He he!

Nov 21, 2008
4:01 pm
#8 RGS :

It is not German though, at least not from the area I’m from.

Nov 24, 2008
2:38 pm
#9 joe :

The pizza one is delicious…

Nov 27, 2008
12:12 am
#10 Bearfoot :

The pickle is Sweedish… and I’m a sweed by genetics (american by birth)

at least that’s what i”ve been told about the one we have.. 😀

Dec 17, 2008
5:34 am
#11 Kay :

In my family, if you found the pickle you usually got candy from Grandma. It was a true honor to find that pickle! I come from a strict German family but I wouldn’t doubt that this tradition happens in many different cultures.

Jan 13, 2009
6:59 pm
#12 Kim :

I found a blown-glass pickle ornament on an after Christmas sale rack and just had to get it because it was so bizarre.

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