British ” cash cow” trunk dense overgrown coins.

As the saying goes sky will not fall, money is not the wind blowing, but in North Yorkshire, England, money even from the trees grow out of the trunk packed full of coins, look just like a veritable “cash cow” .

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As the saying goes sky will not fall, money is not the wind blowing, but in North Yorkshire, England, money even from the trees grow out of the trunk packed full of coins, look just like a veritable “cash cow” .

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Local residents but also because “cash cow” wondered endless, “We do not know the beginning of the tree can grow to how the coins later investigated for a long time only to find that these long money tree was ‘Wishing Tree’.” Local real estate broker Jones, who said, “In the 18th century England, people believe that if the patient’s own coins fly tree, his illness could be the tree away.”

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It is reported that a few centuries ago, many passers-by with stones, coins fly trunk, in order to his good fortune, or the couple will fly tree on behalf of the two coins Wife enduring. Traditionally, the tree is a spiritual, so there are a lot of people on holidays will give tree decoration ribbons, candy and gifts – this is now the origin of the Christmas tree. Hundreds of years later, the tree grew thicker, had smashed into the trunk of the coins also brought to light, as the trees grow out.

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