Funny Christmas Trees
Pictures of Interesting Looking Christmas Trees
Here is Will's collection of amusing Christmas trees, both real and artificial.
I see that Will even has an advent calendar underneath his Christmas tree.
Will's Upside-down Christmas Tree!
Guy thought this was a funny Christmas tree in a shop window.
Will's Christmas Carol
I wish you a Merry Christmas
Early January: Will Drives His Christmas Tree to the Bottle Bank
Two Funny Looking Christmas Trees From Moscow (Left) and Venice (Right)
November 2010, Liverpool, England: The Merseyside Food Inspection Agency (MFIA) has issued a warning about artificial Christmas tree made in Korea. The problem concerns the Ringo beatle which infests timber's bark and may escape and attack people's skin and lay eggs in their hair.
A MFIA spokesperson said, 'The trees should have been treated with Rollingus stone which makes the Ringo beatle listless and curl up. However, this batch of artificial trees are untreated, consequently, this beetle can cause hysteria in teenagers and flashbacks in older people. Strangely, the illness affects females more seriously than males'.
The affected model is the 'Sergeant Pepper' and the batch number is FAB4. In December MFIA issued a recall notice for these artificial Christmas trees. Anyone who bought a 'Sergeant Pepper' tree in November should return it to the shop from where they purchased it and ask for a refund. To help with Beatle identification, the MFIA has released the following funny Christmas tree picture:
Above is an identification guide to help with the recall of artificial Christmas trees.
Interesting Chocolate Christmas Tree
Six metre high Christmas tree made not out of wood, but 60kg of chocolate
A couple's front garden in Yeovil, Somerset, UK has become a tourist attraction thanks to a giant Christmas pudding crafted from conifer trees.
Roger and Valerie Holley have created the festive topiary each Christmas for the last eight years, using watered down emulsion paint to create the image of a traditional pudding, dripping with cream, and an illuminated robin and a sprig of holly with glowing ball cocks for berries on top.
The couple are now starting to receive Christmas cards from well-wishers they have never even met.
Mrs Holley, 65, told us, 'We had cards just addressed to "the Christmas pudding house" in Yeovil, but the postman knows where to deliver them.'
Following media coverage last year, Mrs Holley said a coach party of 'tinsel and turkey' holiday-makers diverted to the quiet residential cul-de-sac, to see the bush, and members of a local running club sidetracked from their usual route to see the 20ft feature.
This year, an Australian woman visiting relatives in Bristol made a trip to Yeovil to view the pudding, after seeing it on the internet from her home down under.
The decoration came about after their granddaughter suggested the fir trees looked like a Christmas pudding.
'The children from the school love it. People say it's something
different,' said Mrs Holley
Will and Guy think that their name - Holley - is so appropriate for Christmas.
A father has filled his house with a giant 35ft Christmas tree cut from the New Forest in Southern England after his son was disappointed with last year's decorations.
At first glance it looks as if the massive tree has burst straight through the roof of the six-bedroom house in Carbery Avenue. Greg Howe has painstakingly cut the £250 [$375 USD] tree into three sections with the huge trunk in the living room, the middle section in a spare bedroom and the top perched on a flat part of the roof.
Greg Howe enlisted the help of several friends and the fire brigade to get the star on top of the huge tree at his Bournemouth home. It is thought that in the interests of safety the star is, in fact, a smoke detector.
Will and Guy have learned that this funny looking Christmas tree is decorated with some 160 baubles and approximately 2000 led lights and is already proving a winner in the area and with Mr Howe's children.
From the Ridiculous to the Sublime Christmas Tree
In 2006, Soo Kee, a jeweller from Singapore, built this Christmas tree (right). It has a forest of nearly 22,000 diamonds and almost 4000 crystal beads and has been valued at $1 million USD.[£490,000GBP].
See here for an enlarged photo of the Christmas tree which does the decorations justice.
The Nicest Present by Joanna and Karl Fuchs
Under the tree the gifts enthrall,
To you, whom we're often thinking of,
The benefit of the upside-down Xmas tree is so that you can get more presents under the tree. Note the size of the chair so that you can get an idea of the scale.
Ode To the Christmas Tree Angel
The time had come around again it was time to get our tree
Dad headed to the tall pine trees, his sharpest axe in hand
With swift clean strokes he had in no time cut it down
This year my baby brother would be helped by sis and me
I carried on tradition with my children every year
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