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I do make turkey all year round, and cranberry sauce out of a can is a crime against humanity, and an affront to sauces everywhere.

thanksgiving is great because it's two paid days off, and you can pound red wine like gabor sister and no one notices.

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Here's a silly question:
Is Corrosion going on tonight, despite the holiday evening?

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I am thankful to finally be on tour

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Trevolution wrote:
Here's a silly question:
Is Corrosion going on tonight, despite the holiday evening?


Corrosion is on Fridays, so it wouldn't be happening tonight anyway.

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thanksgiving is great because it's two paid days off


Speak for yourself!


Thu Nov 25, 2004 8:08 pm
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Ahem... well, I meant this evening, nonetheless.
I suppose it's getting to be about that time, however.

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Let's all celebrate the killing off of indigenous people with a turkey holocaust!

I'm thankful for a lot of things, but I'm thankful for my dog Sascha and music the most. And Jagermiester.


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i enjoy corn


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I am thankful that my domestic partner's mother did not get offended when I didn't eat the green bean casserole, and the homemade cranberry sauce, and the sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top, and the pumpkin pie. She's a wonderful cook, but I didn't like any of it. Is this what normal people eat for Thanksgiving? Where's the lefse and Swedish sausage and fruit salad?

footnote: the turkey and potatoes/gravy were awesome.


Mon Nov 29, 2004 4:51 pm
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I am thankful that my sister sends me idiotic office emails such as this;

Things You Can Only Say on Thanksgiving!

1. Talk about a huge breast!

2. Tying the legs together keeps the inside moist.

3. It's Cool Whip time!

4. If I don't undo my pants, I'll burst!

5. Whew, that's one terrific spread!

6. I'm in the mood for a little dark meat.

7. Are you ready for seconds yet?

8. It's a little dry, do you still want to eat it?

9. Just wait your turn, you'll get some!

10. Don't play with your meat.

11. Just spread the legs open and stuff it in.

12. Do you think you'll be able to handle all these people at once?

13. I didn't expect everyone to come at once!

14. You still have a little bit on your chin.

15. How long will it take after you stick it in?





But not really.


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What does she mean, "Things You can only say on Thanksgiving"?!
I say 7 and 10 frequently, sometimes 15 and 1 and 12, 12 I've used plenty.


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This year I will be spending thanksgiving at home, with my little plucked turkey (parrot). My domestic partner is off visiting relatives in the wilds of Appalachia, so it's just me and Tino, and I'm going to attempt to cook him a special birdie dinner. Everyone at work thinks this is so sad - I love the horrified looks on people's faces when I tell them that I'm spending thanksgiving alone. I am thankful for my bird, and for the fact that I am not the type to freak out about being alone on a holiday, despite my coworkers seeing this as yet more proof that I have no soul.


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I am thankful to be writing this sitting in a tent at Ali As Saleem Kuwait, awaiting my flight home to Minneapolis. I'm thankful for all the amazing Marines, Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen I've had the honor to work with over the last ten months, and I'm thankful for having met a wonderful person who not only tolerates my deployments and the whole seperation, she understands them having been there before herself.

Happy Thanksgiving Mineapolis! Happy Thanksgiving Al Asad!

I miss you both, and I'll be seeing you both again soon.

S/F

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Little Red Hen wrote:
This year I will be spending thanksgiving at home, with my little plucked turkey (parrot). My domestic partner is off visiting relatives in the wilds of Appalachia, so it's just me and Tino, and I'm going to attempt to cook him a special birdie dinner. Everyone at work thinks this is so sad - I love the horrified looks on people's faces when I tell them that I'm spending thanksgiving alone. I am thankful for my bird, and for the fact that I am not the type to freak out about being alone on a holiday, despite my coworkers seeing this as yet more proof that I have no soul.


Eh, just be glad you don't have their families.

I'm thankful that my boss didn't fire me for the awful mess I made at work Sunday, and I'm also glad I'm working Friday so I don't have to spend more time in Oklahoma than neccessary.

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i'm not grateful for anything.


not one goddamn thing.


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joei wrote:
i'm not grateful for anything.


not one goddamn thing.



You missed a good party!

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I'm grateful for my family and the way they wait until I come out of hiding and return from the movie I went to in order to aviod them to have the huge family argument over something really stupid (aluminum foil). *sigh*

I'm also grateful for movie theaters that are open on holidays.

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I'm thankful for the "Miss Dog America" canine beauty pageant that was on Thanksgiving night. My bird and I ate gazpacho and watched it. They even had an evening gown competition. It kicked so much ass.


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Little Red Hen wrote:
I'm thankful for the "Miss Dog America" canine beauty pageant that was on Thanksgiving night. My bird and I ate gazpacho and watched it. They even had an evening gown competition. It kicked so much ass.


Your bird ate it too? Or he just provided moral support while you munched? Sounds peaceful and quiet.

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I am thankful that "Sputnik" is not a substance that has to be scraped from the anal cavity with any kind of degree of regularity.


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I'm thankful that the things I am thankful for persist, from year to year.

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I'm thankfull for Rummy & whiskey!


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E&J- 8.99/L @ Big Top.

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Im thankful for all my friends having great health.


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I'm thankful it's over.


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