Turkey Day

moonmaster

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade:


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Oh my god.
 

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Tonight we are having rice with pigeon peas, potato/egg salad, macaroni/egg salad, garlic stick bread, and turkey with stuffing.

I cannot wait. :drooling:
 
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I like Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
 

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It's like the holiday which should be called by its actual name the most!
You're just jealous because you have lame Canadian Thanksgiving, which we all know is the subpar Thanksgiving.
 

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The Rick Roll'd float is one of my favorite things ever. That was awesome!!
 

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Dean's neighbour who is obsessed with me like I am obsessed with Dean asked me if I celebrated New Zealand. As I am in the one of the colonies and the answer is no, I replied: "No, we killed our natives."

He didn't talk to me after that. :(
 

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You're just jealous because you have lame Canadian Thanksgiving, which we all know is the subpar Thanksgiving.

What are the trees like there right now? I find it's so much cozier having it at the peak of red-leafiness in Autumn, which for us is mid-October. Is it like that in the Northern States in this time or does Thanksgiving for you mean spiky black trees?
 

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The meal was good.

Before dinner, we played games and watched videos on YouTube, a truly 21st Century way to enjoy a holiday. Nothing says Thanksgiving like Brokencyde and B-4-4.
What are the trees like there right now? I find it's so much cozier having it at the peak of red-leafiness in Autumn, which for us is mid-October. Is it like that in the Northern States in this time or does Thanksgiving for you mean spiky black trees?
There's still a bit of foliage left, but WHO CARES BCUZ OMG FOOD.
This also marks the day that fad died. :D
That's what I said.
My turkey had so much meat, it was insane
Our turkey was gigantic and there were only five of us.
 
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I like meeting up with family I haven't seen in a long time, but I'm not big on Thanksgiving as far as the food. I'm not big on home-cooked meals. I would've been happier with some burritos.

But my wife' family was over for breakfast and my wife made a really good breakfast. We had dinner with my family and watched The Dark Knight, which was, of course, great.

If only there had been burritos.
 

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Man, Turkey diner was great. Grams Cornbeaf rocked and the mofongo was excellent. We also had Cheese cake, Yam and homemade cookies. Thanksgiving rocks.
 
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