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Let's see your Christmas/Holiday lights, decor and trees!!!

Since it's traditional for many people to put up their Christmas trees the day after Thanksgiving, and since many of us had 4 day weekends, (which I'm sure we took advantage of to do some decorating), let's see your holiday decor!! Your Christmas trees, your stockings hung by the chimney with care, the lights on your house... All of it!!
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Andrea is putting up mine right now. Will get a pic after its done. I got to put the train and angel on top as part of our tradition.

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there ya go, yeah my train doesn't really fit with andrea's stylings, but it's my childhood tradition.


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I will get mine up this week... last years below...









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I love the santa on the chop!!

that's awesome!

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Only awesome cause I actually have one!!




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Only awesome cause I actually have one!!
awesome even if you didn't have one... but where did you find it?

The closest I've seen to that is Santa on a John Deere Tractor!

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You can get them anywhere... I cant remember off the top of my head... but they are all the same most popular brand...




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hmm... have to look for one on a sportbike!

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hmm... have to look for one on a sportbike!
I've seen several different ones on Choppers, a couple on cruisers with sidecars, but only ONE on a sportbike (and dammit, I can't find it in stores... just saw it in someone's yard). Garden Ridge seems to have the biggest selection of the blow up lawn ornaments, though Lowe's also has some good ones.
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I'll try to post mine this week.
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I'm getting my tree this week. Decorating will probably occur on sunday.

Until then, here's what I had last year at my apartment:

I used every single inch of that 12 foot ceiling

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Oh prettttttyyyyyy!! WOW, big full tree!!!!
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Oh prettttttyyyyyy!! WOW, big full tree!!!!
Yeah thanks! .... not sure if I'm going to go with something that big again this year... it was a little bit of a pain to get out. I pushed it out the window in January

It was my first xmas in this apartment and the ceilings were nice and high so I decided to go all out. We'll see what I end up doing this year. I have a nice collection of ornaments and everything, so even if I get a slightly smaller tree, it will still come out great I think.
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Yeah thanks! .... not sure if I'm going to go with something that big again this year... it was a little bit of a pain to get out. I pushed it out the window in January

It was my first xmas in this apartment and the ceilings were nice and high so I decided to go all out. We'll see what I end up doing this year. I have a nice collection of ornaments and everything, so even if I get a slightly smaller tree, it will still come out great I think.
Nice tree bro. Way to not suck!
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I think I'm gonna sleep straight through christmas till new years even.
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there ya go, yeah my train doesn't really fit with andrea's stylings, but it's my childhood tradition.

Surely that isn't recent...

If it is, you owe her a thanks, cause last time I was over there, that corner was full of ****.
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Surely that isn't recent...

If it is, you owe her a thanks, cause last time I was over there, that corner was full of ****.
That was taken yesterday, I moved all those rubbermaids into the laundry room. I have too much sh*t for that small little apartment.

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Here is my tree. So far all I have up outside is just some icicle lights on my roof. I was going to finish today but it's been raining. The pic sucks tho because you can't see the intricatly placed blue bulbs. It looks 100 times better in person.

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