Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by BodyDroppedNikes, Dec 8, 2005.
what kinda tree do you prefer?
Real, unless its really a pain for you to set it up and maintain it. ie water & needle cleanup.
Fake, less problem, no mess, no maintenance, just a pain in the but for an hour as you set it up. Plus there's no pretty "real" trees in TX
lol we had this thread last year.
i'm not putting up a tree this year... too much work with all my moving crap still in the way, and frankly i have better things to spend my money on.
I bought a very fake, white tree last night at Target (the little woman really wanted a white tree)
hands down, if you "fluff" em right they look great...
/sarcasm - SAVE THE TREES MAN!!!
i have a 6 foot fake at my apartment with my girlfriend... but my parents have 2 real trees. I dont know why but there is a smaller one in the front window area to show off the the community and the larger 7 foot one in the living room smells good in there...
Real, you un-American bastards.
SAVE THE TREES!!!!!y0n2!!
Oh yeah, w3rd to the douglas fur. Thats been my families tree for quite a few years, we tried a scotch pine and some different variations as well.
Real, can't beat the smell.
I love stepping into my house and smelling christmas tree. Real FTW!
Real for sure, I went up in the mountains with my permit and cut my tree. No better way to go in my opinion.
Plus its only $10.
real. hassle?? hardly. an hour to setup? if youre a noob. mess? wow, 4 minutes of vacuuming... real tough.
real trees kick ass, the smell is the best thing ever. There is nothing like walking into your house and smelling the sweet sweet aroma of pine, fur, whatever.
Real X-mas trees smell like a rusty asshole
plus, you can buy scented candles if you *really* want that smell
i like the real deal but i thnk this year im just setting up the 2 footer and sayin fuck it
fake is cost saving... i think we paid 15 bucks for our 6 foot tree after the holidays last year. It is a full 6 foot douglass "plastic" tree. We just string lights around it for 2 bucks a strand and throws some decorations and bows on it. Then call it a charlie brown christmas
Well, at my house - forced hot air heating + tree = holy water consumption Batman!
Two years ago we had our last real tree, and it was a nightmare. We started watering it bi-weekly, but it started to ger very dry and frail. Okay. Once a day. Nope. We ended up watering it twice a day. The tree took 2 gallons of water a day - and I'm not kidding.
Bought a decent fake tree, and short of the smell, once it's decorated - you'd never know the difference.
i voted fake, cuz my mom is allergic to pine
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