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jrees

This is what can happen when you take a vacation, and work in the web department at House & Home Media. Nice Decorating Style, dont you think?

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athomas

WOW, I can't believe that this post had so many people up in arms. We simply posted some images for [i]fun[/i]. Everyone got a kick out of it, including the "mark" of the prank. And not to worry, we didn't kill many aluminum trees, as well, we recycled all the tinfoil.

cheers.

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philb

jem007 wrote:
I have been biting my environmental tongue on this one. Not only the waste to the environment but the disposal of the tinfoil into the already OVERBURDANED trash from Toronto.

Have I told you lately that other people in this province are getting tired of seeing Toronto garbage trucks on our highways?

We did actually recycle the majority of it, barring the keepsake ball :D
We at House & Home have a rather good recycling policy and we were sure to uphold this with the tinfoil as well! :)

As for the trucks, sadly it is not our decision where the city decides to send it's waste, despite them being on our highways.

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philb

Home-Diva wrote:
LOLLLLLLLL, THAT'S HILARIOUS! Gives me some great ideas! hahaha ... have you "unwrapped" yet? ehehehe

Yes, it took quite some time, and more laughs as the thoroughness of the prank came to light, but it was unwrapped on Monday morning to leave a wonderful tin foil ball as a keepsake for the memory :D

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philb

Foiled again! :eek:
:D

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athomas

thats a lot of tinfoil!

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jrees

few more...

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