Christmas trees are costly, messy, massively flammable, and slowly dying remnants of the holiday’s pagan influences.
There is, however, a smart alternative — a growing contingency of Twitter users have turned to use cardboard cutouts of veteran actor, director, and comedian Danny DeVito for their holiday decorations. These sleek and stylish symbols of cheer and goodwill are fast becoming a trendy staple for Christmas-loving It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia fans, and the great man himself has signed off on the use of Christmas Dannys to adorn households in string lights and holiday cheer:
Love being your Christmas Danny. https://t.co/XdR7Pt90at
— Danny DeVito (@DannyDeVito) December 20, 2022
I really cannot believe my dad bought a Danny Devito cutout and put it by our Christmas tree so we could have a Danny Tree-vito pic.twitter.com/d5zoZ9Ncx1
— gabby frost (@gabby_frost) December 7, 2018
Had to have a Christmas Danny in 2019 because of a new kitten. The best decoration pic.twitter.com/8e5Ie0eyXp
— Rebecca Dixon (@RebeccaDixon13) December 20, 2022
That’s assuming you want to give any presents at all — you can always take the Frank Reynolds path and give everyone a big box of nothing.