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Let's start things off right; I watched a bunch of Chuck episodes to catch up this week, how about the CIA World Factbook article on Turkey? This could potentially be hilarious if that read "The CIA World Facebook". Change one letter, CHANGE THE WORLD

The menu for 2010:
Potatoes
Peas
Stuffing
Broccoli
Rolls
Gravy
Rutabaga
Squash

(Guys, that is what the internet should be like. One great big Monty Python sketch. I want to add more foods to the menu but I CANNOT TOP THAT SITE.)

For dessert, a pecan piecosahedron! Puns are delicious.

Big holiday wishes? Big holiday wishbone. Plus, dinos. So that's more than good luck, it's... Awesome Luck? (Unrelated to Pot Luck.) (THANKSGIVING JOKES DERP)

And last but not least, the timeless yams.


Old Thanksgiving posts:
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Holy crap seven Thanksgiving posts?! I've been around longer than I thought

Happy Thanksgiving, all! Despite my abundant blog-love for this holiday and its OBVIOUS underappreciation by internet society as a whole, I truly appreciate all you as my friends, conversation sharers, fan buddies, and (un)willing audience.

(DON'T BE THE BLITZ)

[EDIT] Found this picture, and since I didn't have any funny pictures like I normally do, I thought I'd come back and add it.

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Hey guys! I hope you are having a spectacular thanksgiving. Lots of food and family (and football, I suppose).

Once again, I have prepared a special meal for you... On the Thanksgiving Menu today:
We will, of course, begin with the turkey and gravy.
Also on the table:
Corn
Stuffing
Cranberries
Rolls
Pears
THE yams, of course
Some tea to drink
And, for dessert, pecan pie

If you are interested, here is last year's menu.

Now I must speak on Jones' Holiday Soda. Two nights ago (when we were going to see Rent) we went to Target and bought some. Tell ya what-- it's the worst stuff ever. This year's flavors are Turkey and Gravy, Wild Herb Stuffing, Brussles Sprouts, Cranberry, and Pumpkin Pie. Katy and I were the only ones to drink the Brussels Sprouts, which was the worst. Pumpkin Pie was the second worst. The others were just bad, but not as bad as those. Seriously (not to ruin your appetite or anything), but they taste like you just threw up a little in your mouth, and taste the same. *shudder* So, instead, I recommend that which I saw on Regis and Kelly's show, in stead: Country Cow Thanksgiving Flavored Ice Cream, which, according to Regis and Kelly, is good.

So, the last two days it has snowed... and, unfortunately, melted, but yay! It snowed!

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So, enjoy your Thanksgiving, and my tasty menu, and look for my Christmas Menu (which may or may not be early, late, or on time)!

Gobble gobble!

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