It's that festive time of year to decorate your home for the holidays. I bet you don't have as much fun with it as Twitter user, Dana Schwartz.
Every other tree pales in comparison to what she came up for her Chris-mas tree.
Dana is putting the "Chris" back in Christmas this year and we couldn't be more excited about her creativity.
Dana is an arts and culture writer, based out of New York City. She writes for The New Yorker, The Guardian, the New York Observer, Marie Claire, Glamour, Mic, GQ, VICE, and more. She is also currently a correspondent at Entertainment Weekly.
So it's no surprise that she used the holidays to make a generous play on words for her tree.
Dana's pine tree is covered with pictures of Chris Pine and has created a new trend in Chris-mas decorating.
"It's a Chris Pine," she captioned her Twitter post.
Every other tree pales in comparison to this Christmas Pine, except maybe if someone does a Christmas Hemsworth or Christmas Evans, but that clearly won't work as well.
She had other names for her festive tree as well.
"Other options included: Colin FIRth, Spruce Willis, Guy Fie-tree," she tweeted.
Other options included:— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) December 6, 2017
Topped with a random top hat, it goes perfectly with many other celebrity inspired holiday decorations, including Mindy Kaling's Wreath Witherspoon.
This sparked everyone to get creative with their decorations, and there have been some good ones, including a Matthew Mconaughtree:
and a Frasier Fir:
I'll see your Chris Pine and raise you a Frasier Fir. pic.twitter.com/fv6zf8mRzD— Jeffrey Warren, PhD (@DrJeffWarren) December 6, 2017
What will people think of next?