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What's Better, A Tropical XMAS Or A White XMAS If You're AFFLUENT?

  • Tropical XMAS in Bora Bora, French Polynesia

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  • Tropical XMAS in The Maldives

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  • White XMAS in New York, USA

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  • White XMAS in Prague, Czech Republic

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  • White XMAS in Quebec, Canada

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  • White XMAS in Berlin, Germany

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  • White XMAS in Tokyo, Japan

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  • White XMAS in Lapland, Finland

    Votes: 1 11.1%
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For me that is a hard one, because I have a tropical Christmas every year. I would prefer a white snowy Christmas for a change. I picked Canada but I would prefer Switzerland or maybe France.
 
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It's funny reading responses from you poors. Obviously none of you are truly affluent. Take it from a poverty level peasant who longs to be affluent. Once you are REALLY affluent, you have both in the same place. Simply purchase a tropical island, then construct a mountain tall enough to be covered in snow and build a mountainside retreat on top and a beach bungalow on the beach.
Christmas eve by the fire up top and Christmas day on the beach.
 

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It's funny reading responses from you poors. Obviously none of you are truly affluent. Take it from a poverty level peasant who longs to be affluent. Once you are REALLY affluent, you have both in the same place. Simply purchase a tropical island, then construct a mountain tall enough to be covered in snow and build a mountainside retreat on top and a beach bungalow on the beach.
Christmas eve by the fire up top and Christmas day on the beach.
When I stick my head in the freezer and feet in the oven, does that make me affluent? 😜
 
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