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Old 11-27-2013, 07:38 PM   #1
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Default Name one thing you don't like to eat on Thanksgiving???

for me it's HAM

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I've never known anyone to serve creamed onions at Thanksgiving or any other day.
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I don't care at all for the traditional Thanksgiving meal (turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes...)
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I like the cranberry sauce in the can. The one that we slice but I hate whole cranberries.
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I don't care at all for the traditional Thanksgiving meal (turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes...)


Now James, that's just downright unpatriotic!

Happy Thanksgiving!
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I don't care at all for the traditional Thanksgiving meal (turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes...)

So what do you do and have on Thanksgiving then?

Not that I have a problem with that. My family and I haven't had a traditional dinner in the last five years.
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I don't like baked beans before thanksgiving, on thanksgiving, and after thanksgiving lol
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So what do you do and have on Thanksgiving then?

Not that I have a problem with that. My family and I haven't had a traditional dinner in the last five years.

My immediate family never really celebrated it, so it's like any other day for me.

I've noticed that Thanksgiving is getting more and more "skipped over" in the mainstream lately. Many start decorating for Christmas right after Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations have been dwindling drastically (at least around where I am).

I've also noticed that a lot of the Black Friday deals are now starting on Thanksgiving itself, making the employees work on the holiday.
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