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That Old Pac-Man Holiday Spirit

by Alisha K.
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Ahhh, the holidays are nearly upon us, and you know what that means: Pac-Man. He’s already invaded weddings, after all. Now he can also hang out under your Christmas tree, if you are arboreally inclined. Though I’m sure this tree skirt could be spread about under other things if you were really determined.

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The Pac-Man tree skirt (bound to be at least as interesting as the actual gifts sitting on it) is an impressive 41 inches in diameter. That’s a lot of black felt spread about on your floor. Sure, you can go bigger, but really, how much living room do most of us have? It’s available at Etsy for only $14, too. I challenge you to roll on down to your favorite Xmas decor outlet and find something half so cool for so little.

You’re probably not going to get Pac-Man at Target, for that matter. Oh, you might find him somewhere, but in the holiday department? Good luck.

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