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December 21, 2011

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Chaumierelesiris

I love this. I think there's a 1d too - the Christmas tree you get in the UK however early you buy - which is nice and bushy for the bottom two thirds, and has a spindly and sparse top.

Sam

Yes, why DO all the British trees have 'Charlie Brown' tops?

badaude

Like most things in the UK it may be something to do with the weather...

Amy

Ha. So funny. My grandfather and his brother actually cut the top off their tree one year. They were trying to help their parents out, so they cut down a tree and brought it home, and when it was too tall they cut off the top instead of the bottom.

badaude

Haha. The first solution I suggest - that of sawing a bit out of the middle - is drawn from real life: school caretaker...

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