Yuma, Arizona - Not everyone wants to be trendy, particularly at Christmas time, says the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC].
As one frustrated shopper tweeted recently: "The upside-down Christmas tree is exactly why I don't bother to keep up with trends - it looks ridiculous." No kidding-upside-down Christmas trees are all the rage for some people this Christmas and stores are catering to the demand. In fact, Target department stores are selling them for as much as $1,000. It turns out, however, that the topsy-turvy trees for the holidays are not a whim of some self-proclaimed fashionista; they are a centuries old tradition in some Eastern European countries.