Sunday, March 6, 2011

ICTTS officials disqualify this tree from competition


Thanks to EV Grieve reader Rob D. for the above photo of this poor thing spotted during the weekend on Avenue A between First Street and Second Street.

However, since receiving this photo, officials at the International Coalition of Tree Tossing in the Spring (ICTTS) said that we cannot include this tree in this year's competition. An official said there is a little-known codicil in the ICTTS constitution that mandates trees must still have 75 percent of its branches intact to qualify.

4 comments:

Marty Wombacher said...

It's Charlie Brown's Christmas tree, how dare the ICTTS disqualify that! He's a good man, after all!

Roger_Paw said...

Besides the 75% branch rule, Rob D. didn't have a copy of The New York Post in the photo for authentication purposes. Tsk tsk tsk. Disqualified!

EV Grieve said...

Don't fuck with the ICTTS.

Eden Bee said...

This tree and the entire ICTTS are OBVIOUSLY working for the Big tree in Tompkins. They communicate through the wind and a reptilian language unknown to man. WAKE UP PEOPLE!