Every year, Norway sends Britain an enormous Christmas tree in thanks for kicking out the Nazis, but this year they sent a hilariously sparse, shabby one.
"Britain's most famous Christmas tree" has been branded a turkey over its "sparse" foliage and "anaemic" appearance. … The British Ambassador to Norway, Richard Wood said: "This is what 90-year-old, 25m trees in the wild look like.
"It is important to consider the symbolism of the tree rather than simply how many branches it has."
Symbolism indeed. Norway isn't even in the EU but it's leading the way for next year's Brexit-themed go fuck yourself gestures from the continent.