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By Anonymous - / Saturday 11 December 2010 20:49 / United States
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oh god, i hope you got it outside and away from the house pretty quickly. wouldn't want to deal with an infestation, especially so close to christmas.

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29 - that was just... no.... op - ydi for buying a tree. christmas was meant for celebrating the birth of Jesus not the birth of trees. jkjk hope u got rid of them

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yeah ummm, termites aren't presents, your use of sarcasm blows, and YDI for not checking before you bought it. :)

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47 Yes, most likely Christ was born sometime around October if I'm not mistaken. However, it's the day that many celebrate his birth which 33 stated. Relax! No need to call any one names just because you took a history course.

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Actually he was born in April, the 25th of December was the pagan holiday of the winter solstice I believe. When Christianity swallowed paganism they adopted the 25th Dec to make the transition easier.

oh god, i hope you got it outside and away from the house pretty quickly. wouldn't want to deal with an infestation, especially so close to christmas.

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Kinda like checking for crabs if you're a guy...actually I wouldn't know, its just you said shake it and look for bugs so I figured this would be an acceptable comparison.

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