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What's under your tree?

Or what should be under the tree!

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Re: What's under your tree?

Hmm. I wonder if the neighbours would agree? Nice image, though.

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Re: What's under your tree?

That looks like a nice present for sure, but of course I might favour some other musical instrument myself.

Anyhow, you did ask the question & my wife thinks Santa is being generous to me if he should bring me this humble present (which he will, among other things ).



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Re: What's under your tree?

A camping hammock and by that I mean to used instead of a tent I will using it early in January on a Scout camp in the Kielder forest
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Re: What's under your tree?

A Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen smart phone. I am finally entering the 21st century.

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Re: What's under your tree?

Well in front of.



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Re: What's under your tree?

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That looks like a nice present for sure, but of course I might favour some other musical instrument myself.

Anyhow, you did ask the question & my wife thinks Santa is being generous to me if he should bring me this humble present (which he will, among other things ).




I prefer my presents without strings attached!
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A Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen smart phone. I am finally entering the 21st century.

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Re: What's under your tree?

Just wee humble thing under mine



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Re: What's under your tree?

How big is your tree??
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How big is your tree??
Not very big, its just a photo of the car I'll be getting

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Re: What's under your tree?

This should be under the tree for me, but I doubt it....
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Re: What's under your tree?

A large packet of "Humbugs"......................

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Re: What's under your tree?

Sadly my recently purchased 40-150mm PRO will not be under the tree but will have to wait until I can celebrate being another year older before it is officially unveiled and in my bag full time. It may however see the light of day for very special occassions when the 75-300mm will not cut the mustard.
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