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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Whimsical Wednesday # 296

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.


Oh the horror!
 

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    1. Sharon; I don't suppose this will stop people cutting down trees for Christmas. I'm glad I have a plastic tree that I reuse year after year after year..

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    1. only slightly confused; trees have feelings too.

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  3. It does seem a little twisted, doesn't it? :)

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    1. Happy Elf Christine; to me it is twisted to cut down a pretty tree just to decorate and use it for a few short weeks then throw it away.

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  4. How weird. I think of a similar scenario every year. I must have a tree brain:)

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    1. Arkansas Patti; A tree brain, I like that. I'm glad I have a reusable plastic Christmas tree.

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    1. Andrew; I believe they do, but aren't able to express it as we can.

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  6. And all the little trees were unable to sleep that night...

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    1. Elephant's Child; and probably all started wondering when it would be their turn :(

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  7. I always need things 'splained to me. I thought he meant another tree was the perp.

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    1. Joanne; with crimes against nature, Man is always the perp.

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  8. The aspens quake when they hear that story!

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    1. Val; and Man, that evil creature, carries on regardless :(

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    2. Val; I see what you did there, with the weeping and shaking :)

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  9. If that's not bad enough...think about all those poor chickens that have lay eggs of all colours, sizes and packaging at Easter!!!!

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    1. Lee; but chickens will lay eggs anyway and the colouring is done by humans. So that's not as bad.

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  10. Not a good story to tell at Christmas haha.

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    1. Jimmy; ha ha, but not really a good story at any time, because the little trees know that Christmas is coming...

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  11. Poor trees (probably at tree summer camp?) ...

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  12. Oh dear!
    We have an artificial tree ...and the way the weeks are going it will soon be coming out of its box!

    All the best Jan

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