Christmas In Australia [Pic]

Submitted by: sheepskull 5 years ago Funny

Everyone around the world celebrates Christmas slightly different.
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Female 437
oh... i forgot to quote mark the first 2 sentances of my last statement...

Also, Santa`s have A/C in our `malls`
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Female 437
the mall santa in australia wears a wool suit
can you imagine having to wear a wool suit in the middle of the summer?

Yeah haha thats actually true... Majority of `santa`s wear the traditional santa suit.., but you do seen some santa`s in denim shorts & the `blue singlet` but still with the hat and beard. Its quite funny!

Personally i cant imagine a white christmas as fun as they look, its just not right when its cold at christmas.. we are surposed to be at the beach, or having BBQ`s, pool parties ect, christmas is so much better in the summer... But i would still love to experience at least 1 white christmas.
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Female 437
"Apparently, in some parts everyone uses fake snow on their houses and gardens. Quite surreal in 40C+ heat"

Last year the schools ran a competition to have a white christmas, One of the schools in the NT won (i think it was NT) either way they did it, People came in and did the entire front part of the school in a `white christmas theme` The pictures looked amazing and it seemed the kiddies had a great time. They had sledding and everything.. But the fact is its impossible to have a `white christmas` here... alot of us use white `snow paint` on our windows but thats about it.
Although in saying that this year has been the lowest temps in 60+ years, The highest we have reached has been like 36 deg celcius, and its been raining alot!! like every W/E.. annoying as hell, but i guess its ok for most of the farmers.. not wheat farmers tho. Anyways... cold december sucks ass!..
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Female 500
I heard that this preserves the tree better than if you set it right side up... like the pine needles don`t fall out as quickly or something.
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Male 133
is it the tree that`s upside down or is it the house? Your mind is now blown!!!!
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Male 5,811
I thought Aussies just went to the beach and had a big BBQ on Xmas...

[quote]antichrist mas tree[/quote]

You`re likely being humourous but an upside-down cross is not a symbol of the antichrist; it`s a symbol for the first pope who didn`t think he was worthy to be crucified right-side-up like Jesus.
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Female 3,001
my friend hung her tree upside down and told me it was an Australian tree
i looked up at it trying to work out what she meant by that, and then it hit me
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Male 237
Apparently, in some parts everyone uses fake snow on their houses and gardens. Quite surreal in 40C+ heat.
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Male 479
antichrist mas tree
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Male 663
What a piece of crap. I`ve seen genuine `upside down` trees which look good. This is just stupid.
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Male 4,902
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Male 1,104
If I were Santa, I`d definitely prefer deliveries in the Southern Hemisphere over the cold, unfriendly Northern.
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Male 4
This makes sense in China
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Male 15,510
Meanwhile, in the Satanics place
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Male 61
Somebody rotated the picture, it`s upside down now.
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Male 1,625
the mall santa in australia wears a wool suit

can you imagine having to wear a wool suit in the middle of the summer?
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Male 241
@ rammo34....not really, everyone just goes to our golden sandy beaches for the day.
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Male 101
It just looks like a normal Christmas tree to me :P
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Female 220
I`ve never seen one in New Orleans before... Maybe I haven`t been to the right places?
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Male 27
It`s a pagan thing. It`s to stop demons climbing up the tree.
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Male 1,107
It would be so weird to celebrate Christmas in the summer.
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Male 1,010
This is your Christmas tree on LSD
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Male 4,594
Watering that thing could be a bitch, though I suppose it`s a fake tree.
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Male 37,888

First saw an upside down tree in New Orleans.
Pretty common there.
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Male 1,093
i like the figurines on the top left shelf. what is it though?
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Male 35
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