Mark O'Neill shows us the price tag on the wreath he just picked up at Allandale Farms on the Brookline/JP line. He says:
Well, this wreath *is* very comprehensively decorated, so I can't argue with the tag.
lacinato kale AF. . .
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what the question actually is.
I got two wreaths and a fake tree for that much squared last year.
"how much is a wreath decorated?"
If I had that kind of money, I'd burn it for heat.
That's pricey AF! also people who use AF and are over 30 should do some deep soul searching.
I don't have a soul. I burned it for heat.
And it looks like they have actual wreath-making workshops for $50.
This time of year I know I am. (and yes, I'm over 30, and no, don't care that its passe', and no, not interested in rehashing life choices at this point).
Hear hear. I hope you enjoy the wreath AF.
'I spend over 40 dollars on xmas wreaths, look at me.'
It's kinda ugly FYI, the 15 dollar ones everywhere else are just fine.
I was hoping that "picked up" meant "picked up so he could photograph it and then returned it immediately to the shelf so that he could get a $15 wreath elsewhere."
Looks very nice! What do people expect? $45.00 is not a lot of money for an artistic wreath. Just a starting point at Volente farms in Needham, or Mahonies in Winchester. If you don't want to spend that much (or more) there are plenty of other options at Roch Bros, Whole Foods, Home Depot. Undermining the quality or the artistic value is silly.
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