An element that exists or existed in Real Life but is assumed to be fictional by audiences, often because it seems too unlikely, bizarre, or kitschy to be real. The '60s had their share of oddball kitsch, and the aluminum Christmas tree is a God's-honest-truth — it was produced in many colors, including pink — though it was an artificial tree with metallic needles, not a modernistic hollow metal cone as depicted in the cartoon, and usually called a "tinsel tree". Modern-day viewers are frequently surprised to find out that line wasn't merely a bit of comic exaggeration about Christmas commercialization.
Nothing to do with the Christmas tree the Skylab astronauts made from left-over aluminum cans.
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Beekeeper of 44 years and owner of a major beekeeping operation, details the numerous challenges being faced on behalf of all American beekeepers.