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Question #92839 posted on 01/08/2020 8:42 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Are you the type of person who likes white lights or colored lights on a Christmas tree?

-Ornament

A:

Dear you,

White lights are certainly the superior option.

-Sunday Night Banter

Yes, I am that type of person.

A:

Dear Ornamental,

Definitely white lights, though I am very glad for the variety available, especially when going to see the lights at Temple Square. It just wouldn't be as magnificent without all the different colors. 

~Anathema

A:

Dear Ornament,

These crazy fools, colored lights are SO much better. It brings more happiness (to me)! Carl and I just bought a pre-lit tree this year and it does white and colored lights. I only used the white lights setting as I was decorating the tree to ensure I wasn't putting two blue/red/green ornaments next to each other. But after that, we've only had it on the colored setting.

-Goldie Rose

A:

Dear cat toy,

If you're going for elegant, then white lights. If you're going for kids-helped-me-decorate, then colored lights. 

So basically I'll be on the white lights team for another 5 years and then hopefully I'll join the colored lights side.

-guppy of doom

A:

Dear orn kit,

White lights work better on trees; colored lights are more appealing general decorations. But if someone decides to change things up and make a Christmas tree that shines with more colors than a pro gamer's RGB backlit computer tower, more power to them.

Genuinely,

9S