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   xoxoxoBruce  Monday Dec 21 12:34 AM

Dec 21, 2009: Oversized Tree

Yo Dude, where you going with a 50 foot tall, 400 Christmas tree?



He could be taking it to a public park, or square, to be the community tree, I suppose?

Then again, maybe he lives in one of those gigantic mansions, or a castle, or something?
Those people like these politically correct cars.

Or maybe he's just crazy?












OK then, crazy it is.




Quote:
It is the second year running Mr Howe has staged the trick. Last year he cut the tree up immediately after it was chopped down. This Christmas he decided to tow it home in one piece so he could drive it past the home of his housebound grandmother, even putting a few lights and decorations on it as a treat for her. The whole operation, including decorating the branches with 200 baubles and 2,000 LED lights, took five days.

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lumberjim  Monday Dec 21 12:35 AM

um.......



casimendocina  Monday Dec 21 03:57 AM

Best Christmas lights I've seen.



Trilby  Monday Dec 21 06:43 AM

Nutty.



DanaC  Monday Dec 21 06:52 AM

That's brilliant!

Follow the link for the full story. It really does look like the giant tree is bursting out of the roof!



capnhowdy  Monday Dec 21 07:37 AM

I'll take C. Fucker's crazy.

I wonder if you can make soup out of large trees....



monster  Monday Dec 21 08:13 AM

he's got me beat



spudcon  Monday Dec 21 08:16 AM

And that's not a real car...



xoxoxoBruce  Monday Dec 21 11:26 AM

Quote:
But Mr Howe, who is separated and has three children Harry, 12, Roni, four, and Finn, two, said the planning took far longer.
Aren't I cooler than your Mom?
Isn't it more fun at my house than your Mom's house?
Guess I'm the best parent in the world, huh?



lumberjim  Monday Dec 21 12:06 PM

I like seeing grown men act like grown boys.

why fucking not!



xoxoxoBruce  Monday Dec 21 01:20 PM

Having the windows open in December, sort of offsets driving that pseudo-car.



ZenGum  Monday Dec 21 08:16 PM

He just wanted to spruce the place up a bit.



richlevy  Monday Dec 21 08:35 PM

He could probably hang his car as one of the ornaments.



monster  Tuesday Dec 22 12:18 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
Having the windows open in December, sort of offsets driving that pseudo-car.

um, this is the UK..... Maybe that house does have heating, but even if it's on, it ain't costing much. Radiators allow you to control heat by room..... none of this forced air heat the whole house malarkey....


xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Dec 22 04:02 PM

Uh, did you see Sundae's pictures of snow? I have neither forced air, nor malarkey, but not every room has a door to close it off from the adjoining space. Perhaps this guy does, but since Bournemouth, Dorset, has been averageing 5 to 7 degrees (C) daytime and lower at night,(ice & freezing fog tonight), it would be pretty chilly with the windows open. He may be a hearty Brit, but he has 2, 4 and 6 year old children visiting.



Tuba Loons  Tuesday Dec 22 04:29 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
He may be a hearty Brit, but he has 2, 4 and 6 year old children visiting.
And god knows how many clowns came out of that car.

They can huddle for warmth.


SPUCK  Wednesday Dec 23 05:44 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
but he has 2, 4 and 6 year old children visiting.
And it will be a Christmas they won't soon forget...


xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Dec 23 07:26 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tuba Loons View Post
And god knows how many clowns came out of that car.
Good thing he didn't get stopped, god knows how many seat belt violations he'd have to pay.


Juniper  Wednesday Dec 23 12:15 PM

never mind. dumb thing to say.



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