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Real or Fake tree.

Well doesn't seem that hard a question.

Do you use a real or a fake tree for Christmas?

Because I'm a cheap, lazy bastid ours is fake.

Also if you use real, post up where you get them from. I'm curious if you farm it or purchase from a lot. Lot being Salvation Army, Menards, etc.

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Well doesn't seem that hard a question.

Do you use a real or a fake tree for Christmas?

Because I'm a cheap, lazy bastid ours is fake.
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Real tree. It's festive and fun. I like the smell. It is a pain in the ass to set up and does make a hell of a mess, but who cares? I don't like to set the tree up until at the most 3 weeks before Christmas. 2 weeks before is perfect. And the tree comes down no longer than a week after New Years.

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Real tree. It's festive and fun. I like the smell. It is a pain in the ass to set up and does make a hell of a mess, but who cares? I don't like to set the tree up until at the most 3 weeks before Christmas. 2 weeks before is perfect. And the tree comes down no longer than a week after New Years.

I vote REAL TREE cuz Grasshopper does all the work.

But I grew up with a fake tree, and to be honest, I love that thing. We had the same fake tree every year and it was a part of the family. Somebody offered to give us a new fake tree, and I threw a fit!

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I don't consider myself a tree hugger, but cutting down a tree for decoration doesn't appeal to me.
Not trying to be mean or anything but I’ve always had a real tree, even back in the old country, and could not see myself with a plastic one. As Grasshopper said, it is more of a pain in the ass but it is what I consider one of the essential things that are a part of the Christmas Holiday.

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Not trying to be mean or anything but I’ve always had a real tree, even back in the old country, and could not see myself with a plastic one. As Grasshopper said, it is more of a pain in the ass but it is what I consider one of the essential things that are a part of the Christmas Holiday.
I can understand that.

I'm still curious where every gets their real ones from?

The place across the road from me is a u-cut. I can see how people could make that part of their tradition.

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I have a fake tree that I really like. It's a NICE fake tree, not one of those charlie brown fake trees you find at big lots

When I have more room, and a house (currently own a townhouse) then I will probably get a real tree, and when I have kids and all that good stuff. For now the fake tree looks pretty, and I just get some of that glade pine christmas scent!!

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I have a fake tree that I really like. It's a NICE fake tree, not one of those charlie brown fake trees you find at big lots

When I have more room, and a house (currently own a townhouse) then I will probably get a real tree, and when I have kids and all that good stuff. For now the fake tree looks pretty, and I just get some of that glade pine christmas scent!!
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Fake trees, one upstairs, one downstairs.

We used to do the real ones every year, that seemed wasteful.
Then we bought balled trees, and planted them afterwards, no place to plant at our new house.

SO.... no we have fake trees. Reuse them every year. I prefer the real ones, but they just end up in the landfill every year.

BTW, you can buy spray that goes on the fake trees that makes it smell like a real tree.

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Then we bought balled trees, and planted them afterwards, no place to plant at our new house.
I was just thinking about doing that. I'm guessing you had to compramise size, due to handling the ball. Any other down sides or considerations? What did you put the ball in while in the house? I sure you didn't plant at during the winter either.

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First of all...I said WHEN I have kids, 2nd of all, my kid, boy, or girl will be passing YOUR ASS on the dirttrack by the time they are 12!!!!!!!!
You better find a sperm doner then, because if its Toms offspring that ain't happening.

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I can understand that.

I'm still curious where every gets their real ones from?

The place across the road from me is a u-cut. I can see how people could make that part of their tradition.
If I get a chance I'll run out to a tree farm out in the Sex Store capital of the Midwest aka Wisconsin. but otherwise I'll run out to a Home Depot where the selection is good and the prices aren’t brutal.

As far as the real trees ending up in a land fill goes…. They are all natural trees, made from 100% real pine wood and are 110% biodegradable

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As far as the real trees ending up in a land fill goes…. They are all natural trees, made from 100% real pine wood and are 110% biodegradable
Nothing biodegrades quickly in a landfill. It's still a huge waste.

That said, I grew up with real trees and kinda prefer them... but my wife likes fake trees, and so that's what we use.

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Then we bought balled trees, and planted them afterwards, no place to plant at our new house.
Hmmmmm...intersting idea. I have woods behind me and could always use another blue spruce.

What size is manageable with a ball like that? You had no problem keeping it alive all winter long in the house? I assume you bought a big ass planter?
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Real, I always had a real tree growing up and I just can't stand fake ones. X-mas is fake enough without getting a tree out of a box. Not to mention that a real tree you just drag out to the dumpster when you're done with it, the fake kind you have to take apart and put back in a box and find somewhere to store said box.
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I am not a fan of Christmas. That said we use a real tree.

It's her deal so I just kinda go along, I would rather not have a tree but oh well.
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Real, I always had a real tree growing up and I just can't stand fake ones. X-mas is fake enough without getting a tree out of a box. Not to mention that a real tree you just drag out to the dumpster when you're done with it, the fake kind you have to take apart and put back in a box and find somewhere to store said box.
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It is not a fake tree, it is a real plastic tree. And I have three of them. The wife will bust her ass and make them all look great. I have no patience for them, but love the way they look.
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I can understand that.

I'm still curious where every gets their real ones from?

The place across the road from me is a u-cut. I can see how people could make that part of their tradition.
We've had a fake one upstairs and fake one downstairs for years, I don't think I've ever had a real tree for Christmas.

I worked at a place that's like 5 minutes from SOW and 3/4 of the year it's a flower nursery and for a month it's real tree heaven. I worked there right before through Christmas 3 years and am still pulling dried up needles out of the pockets of jeans and crap, I'll never get a real tree, too messy.
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when I lived in the city.. there was a empty lot that used to sell x-mas trees.. .well my broke ass would wait until like 2 days before
x-mas and get one that he would abandon after he packed up for the season.

One year I dragged the thing into the apt and leaned it against the wall... no base, no lights, no decorations.. just a tilted tree in my living room.

Hey.. I was a poor student.

Oh my parents dog pissed on the their fake one once.. that sucked.

Now I go and pay for a real one in time to enjoy it.

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