Put Everyone Under The Mistletoe This Year With The Mistletoe Drone
Mistletoe above the doorway is a well-known part of Christmas tradition and celebration, just like boughs of holly and Christmas trees. The practice of kissing under the mistletoe was borrowed from the Vikings who used it as a way to start celebratory kissing.
While the tradition has been passed down in the following centuries and grown in popularity, it’s location is often limited. Sometimes you can find hats with a wire and mistletoe attached to the frame, but this is the 21st century. Thankfully, Hammacher Schlemmer got the genius idea to make a mistletoe quadcopter drone that is sure to spread yuletide cheer all through the season.
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