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Old 11-22-2007, 07:22 AM   #61
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For the sake of my love for Thanksgiving I think I'll spare myself of that. Could be a scarring experience.
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Only once, in 2000. That was actually the day she was born.
Whoa, that's really cool. I never knew that. Must've been an interesting Thanksgiving to say the least.
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For the sake of my love for Thanksgiving I think I'll spare myself of that. Could be a scarring experience.
LOL

I never want to cook one myself. My Mom was telling me last night about having to remove the guts and everything.
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Whoa, that's really cool. I never knew that. Must've been an interesting Thanksgiving to say the least.
Yeah

I remember getting the new Smackdown game the day before that so I ended up playing that the majority of the day and my Grandparents took me to the hospital that night to see My Mom and the baby. Pretty weird Thanksgiving, but neat.

2003 is still the best though.
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LOL

I never want to cook one myself. My Mom was telling me last night about having to remove the guts and everything.
LOL I once SAW my Mom do that and I think that contributed to my hatred for Turkey for like 2 years back around 2000.

Just these past 3 years have I finally started to love it more and more again.
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Now ROCKO is on.

This rules.
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LOL I once SAW my Mom do that and I think that contributed to my hatred for Turkey for like 2 years back around 2000.

Just these past 3 years have I finally started to love it more and more again.
LOL Sounds horrifying. The less seen of food before its cooked, the better.
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I remember getting the new Smackdown game the day before that so I ended up playing that the majority of the day and my Grandparents took me to the hospital that night to see My Mom and the baby. Pretty weird Thanksgiving, but neat.

2003 is still the best though.
I visited my mom at the hospital on Halloween 1991 a couple days after my sister was born. Strange times.
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Now ROCKO is on.

This rules.
Been a while since I've seen this.

Not a bad morning so far.
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LOL Sounds horrifying. The less seen of food before its cooked, the better.
Agreed...Some things are just better if you don't know how they're made. Food is definitely one of those things for me.

Unless it's like, a BBQ or something. That's awesome.
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Been a while since I've seen this.

Not a bad morning so far.
Yep, I'm enjoying it.

Actually feels weird having a conversation on here. Can't remember the last time that happened.
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Agreed...Some things are just better if you don't know how they're made. Food is definitely one of those things for me.

Unless it's like, a BBQ or something. That's awesome.
BBQs are indeed awesome.
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Yep, I'm enjoying it.

Actually feels weird having a conversation on here. Can't remember the last time that happened.
That makes it SPECIAL today though. That actually might be why it feels so awesome to be here.
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That makes it SPECIAL today though. That actually might be why it feels so awesome to be here.
Wish more people were here.

Probably within an hour or so.
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BBQs are indeed awesome.
LOL My Mom asked if I wanted to have a BBQ this Thanksgiving cause we have a bunch of barbecue stuff that is probably going to go to waste, but considering it's snowing and cold as heck I'm kinda glad I turned that down.

Thanksgiving is for Turkey anyway.
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