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    Quote Originally Posted by Merry Christmas Darling View Post
    Large chimney, eh? LOL
    now, Merry, we all know Santa does not need a large chimney, for himself or anything he brings with him.

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    For me the perfect tree has to be a real tree. Not that the fake ones don't have their place. I know some folks prefer the "no mess" type. For me though, there is no substitute for the smell and appearance a real Christmas tree. We do white lights with Teal and Purple ribbon (my wife prefers girly colors and I aim to please) as far as decorations go, we have a wide range. Silver/purple/teal colored ones. We also have decorations reflecting on the various sports teams I'm a fan of (go buckeyes!) and Star Wars of course!

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    Quote Originally Posted by polrwht07 View Post
    For me the perfect tree has to be a real tree. Not that the fake ones don't have their place. I know some folks prefer the "no mess" type. For me though, there is no substitute for the smell and appearance a real Christmas tree. We do white lights with Teal and Purple ribbon (my wife prefers girly colors and I aim to please) as far as decorations go, we have a wide range. Silver/purple/teal colored ones. We also have decorations reflecting on the various sports teams I'm a fan of (go buckeyes!) and Star Wars of course!
    You'd really love CrazyMike's Star Wars Tree!
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    Quote Originally Posted by polrwht07 View Post
    For me the perfect tree has to be a real tree. Not that the fake ones don't have their place. I know some folks prefer the "no mess" type. For me though, there is no substitute for the smell and appearance a real Christmas tree. We do white lights with Teal and Purple ribbon (my wife prefers girly colors and I aim to please) as far as decorations go, we have a wide range. Silver/purple/teal colored ones. We also have decorations reflecting on the various sports teams I'm a fan of (go buckeyes!) and Star Wars of course!
    IOW, you two go for non-traditional. How would you describe a traditional tree?

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