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    Default My Tennessee Redneck Christmas Tree

    Yep, this is something we learned back in the hills. It is a way to save money, well sort of, you do get the benefit of the soda prior to using the cans. If you are like those in our house, you can also decorate with a mixture of diet and regular, it adds a little more color to the tree. You can get the PVC and the wire for about $15 and the rest, well the rest is a consuming affair.

    Of course in the hills of Tennessee, actually my home town where the Dew was originated, you can have all kinds of benefits. Just thought I would share a little holiday cheer for those looking for more from Christmas.

    You can see the basic instruction starting to take place here.



    Here is a little detail as to the set up of the cans.



    Now you can see the tree once you get the basic set up, but we aren't done yet.



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    very cool. if it wasn't so skunky i'm thinking a heineken tree would make a nice project too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _SL_ View Post
    very cool. if it wasn't so skunky i'm thinking a heineken tree would make a nice project too.
    Bottles or cans?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WrestlingTerp View Post
    Bottles or cans?
    Oh, no question, gotta be bottles. The tree lights glisten like the eyes of a Nashville hooker, through our front window at night .

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    Quote Originally Posted by RYou View Post
    Oh, no question, gotta be bottles. The tree lights glisten like the eyes of a Nashville hooker, through our front window at night .

    love the neighborhood seen from this window. reminds me where i grew up. can't find neighborhoods like that here in ca.
    but then again, i may be retarded

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    for some reason i can't reply to terp, but i was thinking cans since maybe they would be a little less skunky? i really don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _SL_ View Post
    for some reason i can't reply to terp, but i was thinking cans since maybe they would be a little less skunky? i really don't know.
    Regardless, both are lightweight options. Someone needs to use kegs!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WrestlingTerp View Post
    Regardless, both are lightweight options. Someone needs to use kegs!!!
    That could be the state Christmas tree for the Governor in the State of Illinois.
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