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I like real, but my allergies don't, so most years fake
2010 Plum Crazy SRT8 with Manual Transmission-------
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We have a fake one. The only place to put a tree is right next to the fire place. Last thing I need to do is burn down my own house! But I have had real trees in other houses and I must admit I like them better.
PHUCK FAKE TREES lmao! this year was the last year I roll with some chinese plastic fake crap! I took it and burned it in my fire pit last night and got a 10 ft tall REAL tree this year, house smells awesome. Fake is wack. Real tree or no tree.
We had to go fake seven years ago when we figured out that the real one was making my daughter sick. Even so, our tree is really cool because I have a real Lionel train about half way up in the tree and it runs around the tree. We used to have it under the tree until we got a dog. I didn't want the train to get destroyed, and I didn't want to disappoint my daughter by not putting it up so I designed a platform to support the track and train up in the tree. So, I would say that even though it isn't a real tree it's still one of the coolest around.
2012 R/T Classic Automatic, every option but the kitchen sink (big black rectangle on roof), MOPAR hood pins, MOPAR cold air intake, Flowmaster Force II cat back, Mopar sequential turn signals, Drake fuel filler door.
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