Oh the horror, is right!
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..
That's a horror story for sure....
only slightly confused; trees have feelings too.
It does seem a little twisted, doesn't it? :)
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.
How weird. I think of a similar scenario every year. I must have a tree brain:)
Arkansas Patti; A tree brain, I like that. I'm glad I have a reusable plastic Christmas tree.
See, trees do feel pain.
Andrew; I believe they do, but aren't able to express it as we can.
And all the little trees were unable to sleep that night...
Elephant's Child; and probably all started wondering when it would be their turn :(
I always need things 'splained to me. I thought he meant another tree was the perp.
Joanne; with crimes against nature, Man is always the perp.
The aspens quake when they hear that story!
And the willows weep!
Val; and Man, that evil creature, carries on regardless :(
Val; I see what you did there, with the weeping and shaking :)
If that's not bad enough...think about all those poor chickens that have lay eggs of all colours, sizes and packaging at Easter!!!!
Lee; but chickens will lay eggs anyway and the colouring is done by humans. So that's not as bad.
Not a good story to tell at Christmas haha.
Jimmy; ha ha, but not really a good story at any time, because the little trees know that Christmas is coming...
sizes and packaging at Easter!!!!หนังใหม่
Ha ha ha ha ha...
Poor trees (probably at tree summer camp?) ...
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