7 Funniest Marijuana Themed Christmas Decorations

Since Thanksgiving has now past, that means we're officially in the Christmas season. You'll see places starting putting up their decorations, radio stations will be playing all the same songs they've played for the past 40 years and everyone will eagerly await their incoming presents. But there is one way to spice up your holiday season: adding marijuana.

Here are the seven funniest Christmas decorations we found for this holiday season:

1. Stoner Santa

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He’s making a list and checking it twice, because he got so stoned he couldn’t remember if he checked it the first time!

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2. Let’s Get Baked

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Do Christmas sweaters count as decorations? They are decorating your body, so we say yes! And if so, this one is awesome!

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3. THC Molecule

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This is a good secret weed ornament. It’s a actually a representation of the chemical molecule for THC, but you can just claim it’s some other science-y thing so your grandma doesn’t get upset.

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4. Christmas Tree Getting Lit

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Who says 4/20 is the only day of the year people can get lit?

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5. Annual Deaths from Marijuana

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This one’s a bit more political, but it will help you if you end up getting into a marijuana legalization debate on Christmas Eve.

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6. Stoner Santa 2

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The only way to make Santa cooler is to give him some awesome shades and a marijuana leaf beard.

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7. Drug of Choice

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This is another ornament you probably don’t want Grandma to see, unless you want a lecture about the true meaning of Christmas.

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Former Donald Trump supporter and country singer Kraig Moss once counted himself among the president’s biggest supporters - until he felt "betrayed" by Trump's stance on drug policy. Throughout the 2016 election campaign, Moss could often be seen singing candidate Trump’s praises – literally. He would host impromptu concerts on the streets of Owego, New York, and produced a number of independently released CDs of songs supporting the future president.

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