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25th Nov 04, 12:54 AM
I wish you a happy and safe Thanksgiving.
25th Nov 04, 1:07 AM
Turkey Days Here!!
heheheheeee.. time to practice my carving..
25th Nov 04, 1:12 AM
Err. As long as you don't practice on living things anymore, Tyranny..
Well, happy turkey day. I wish we had that too. Mmmm turkey.
have a good day with the families and food guys.
we gotsta wait until christmas for our turkey.
25th Nov 04, 2:18 AM
Doesn't concern me. Pity, because those Thanksgiving roast dinners look bloody tasty.
25th Nov 04, 3:33 AM
Us'uns here in Kanader cerebrated a month ago. I still belch contentedly on occasion.
We actually took the family into the camp that weekend for a last visit of the year, and because cooking poultry could be quite challenging to do in the wood-burning stove without driving the temperature of the camp to the point where my hair would melt, my turkey came in the form of a sandwich. S'ok, though - we brought porterhouse steaks. Couldn't figure out how to stuff them, so we stuffed ourselves instead.
25th Nov 04, 4:08 AM
Happy thanksgiving guys.
Hope you have a good one.
Save me some turkey
25th Nov 04, 4:09 AM
Is Thanks Giving Day a Public Holiday cause if it is I am gonna campaign for us to have it introduced Down Under!!!!!!
25th Nov 04, 4:12 AM
FREE THE TURKEYS!!
For great justice!
25th Nov 04, 6:19 AM
Why can't we have thanksgiving twice, once for oursleves and the second so we don't confuse the Americans. Any reason is a good reason for turkey. Happy Thanksgiving to all!
25th Nov 04, 8:14 AM
Yay for turkeys!
Happy thanksgiving all!
pass the cranberry sauce, before things turn nasty. and the deviled eggs. that's right...give it all to me, and no one gets hurt...
You guys suck. I had some cold pizza for dinner, while you are all eating your turkeys. I'm now jealous. You may send me turkey to try and cheer me up.
25th Nov 04, 8:40 AM
Turkey is still in the oven.
25th Nov 04, 9:38 AM
Don't celebrate at thanksgiving.
25th Nov 04, 10:26 AM
It's turkey time, gobble gobble
25th Nov 04, 11:51 AM
why are you proud of the fact that america was essentially created today/yesterday a couple hundred years ago? Look what it lead to!!!
But it's always good to see such foul situations bring the best out of man and woman and child kind...maybe even in turtkykind??? :dolt:
25th Nov 04, 1:13 PM
Thanksgiving has nothing to do with the creation of the United States, in fact it's celebrated in Canada (although a month earlier). The whole point was that the first settlers were celebrating God's great bounty which provided for them in this new land. In more modern times, it has become secularized as just a realization of how lucjy we are to live so well. It's also a tradition, and traditions are hard to kill, whatever their original purpose.
Plus, this one has great food, which makes it even harder to kill.
Jao Ensatsu Ken
25th Nov 04, 1:29 PM
You can't kill Thanksgiving unless you take away the alcohol and the food. :P
Happy Thanksgiving everybody.
/me goes off to eat
25th Nov 04, 1:45 PM
i asked my Canadian Mom
"Mom, what are Canadians thankful for?"
Mom Said, and i Quote...
"Were thankfull were not Americans"
Have a Good Thanksgiving lads
25th Nov 04, 2:11 PM
The last time I was anywhere near a turkey was when I got three consecutive strikes at my local bowling alley.
Happy thanksgiving my sort-of-fellow-Americans!! (I need to ask my Dad whether we celebrated it or not when we lived in Phoenix. I was only 4.)
26th Nov 04, 6:37 AM
:rofl: @ what's true's post!
I agree 10000000%. but i celebrate that every instant of my life and i dont stuff bird and crumbs down my throught...;)
26th Nov 04, 6:46 AM
The purpose of Thanksgiving is to set aside some time to count your blessings. This often simply comes in the form of getting some time off from work to hang out with your family. This is not a politics thread. Can it.
26th Nov 04, 12:58 PM
It's a Thanksgiving thread Squid.. you know that at least a few turkeys had to show up.. :p
26th Nov 04, 2:04 PM
Ask and ye shall receive.
26th Nov 04, 2:10 PM
This is something what Bnonn should have posted. Bad troll, retro!
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