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    It's come to that time of year again that we are all putting up one of the most iconic things about Christmas...the tree!! :tree::tree::tree:



    But what do you/ your family tend to go for and why?
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    we just keep the same one and bring it in each year...

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    Fake. We don't have to buy a new one every year, doesn't make as much mess as a real one, doesn't need as much looking after etc


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    (Original post by SophR96)
    Fake. We don't have to buy a new one every year, doesn't make as much mess as a real one, doesn't need as much looking after etc


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    This.
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    Fake. My family have never bought a real tree.

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    (Original post by SophR96)
    Fake. We don't have to buy a new one every year, doesn't make as much mess as a real one, doesn't need as much looking after etc


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    That's fair enough, I think we mainly got a real though because it looks a little nicer and it smells nice
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    Fake. And it's pink!
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    (Original post by Jeanlucpicard)
    That's fair enough, I think we mainly got a real though because it looks a little nicer and it smells nice
    Isn't it expensive to get a real one every year?
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    (Original post by SirMasterKey)
    Isn't it expensive to get a real one every year?
    Not really, my parents spend alot on theirs, but I spend about 20-40 every year?
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    Fake ones have a more authentic look to them imo.
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    Fake. I think we've had that tree for about 7 or 8 years now
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    (Original post by Jeanlucpicard)
    Not really, my parents spend alot on theirs, but I spend about 20-40 every year?
    Fair enough. One of my friends family spends a bomb every year as they always get a monster one for their enourmous house.
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    Real all the way. Bringing it home from the shop is a big part of the tradition. And as someone's mentioned, it smells lovely.
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    Its got to be fake in our house
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    Fake cos it's cheaper and less hassle
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    Fake, never had a real one in our house. :sad:
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    Real because we own a plantation that cultivates trees for this purpose.
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    Fake. Its not coming out of the attic for another few weeks yet, though.

    Imo, it looks better (as most christmas trees are all bushy at the bottom then taper out to a stick) and it saves money, not having to buy a tree to throw it out a couple of weeks later.
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    (Original post by miser)
    Fake ones have a more authentic look to them imo.
    How can a fake one be more authentic than the real thing? :O

    For me it's always a real one - a 7ft tree that doesn't drop needles only costs about £10 where I am and it looks/smells so much better!
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    Fake. I have enough allergy issues outside without bringing outside in.
 
 
 
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