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7' real tree. You can't beat the smell of fresh pine.
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I like real, but my allergies don't, so most years fake
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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.
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Always a real one- not as high ceilings as you have, but still nice!


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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.
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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.
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Real!

Now THIS is a real Christmas Tree!
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Now THIS is a real Christmas Tree!
That's my favorite kind of Christmas tree, now if only there were a bunch of presents under it when I went to the track...
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