Christmas Trees

teddy

Duckmeister
Went to buy our tree last week (we never put one up until after my youngests birthday on the 16th) and were shocked to find a Norwegian Blue (?????) at 7 foot was now £45.00. Settled for a traditional tree at half the price. A few days later IKEA were selling off their trees at £1.00 each. Made a late call into B&Q this morning for some batteries and found them selling their trees at £0.01p. Yes, one penny each.

Maybe I will wait until Christmas eve next year.
:mad:
teddy
 

Krummhorn

Administrator
Staff member
Isn't it weird though ... that we all sit in front of a 'dead tree' eating candy out of our socks?

Kh ♫

(ours is a fake tree - on a ledge above the living room)
 

teddy

Duckmeister
I don't think anyone would want to eat sweets out of my socks Lars. As for the tree, Christmas would not be Christmas without a real tree. Even the Christmas we spent in France a few years ago, we managed to organise a tree.

teddy
 
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