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Thanksgiving Dinner

Turkey
29% (35 votes)
Ham
8% (10 votes)
other
6% (7 votes)
What's Thanksgiving?
56% (67 votes)
Total votes: 119

re: Turkey and Ham

What? No Pizza and Cheesecake option?

re: Turkey and Ham

vonskippy wrote:

What? No Pizza and Cheesecake option?

Oh man, how could I do that? ...especially considering that's pretty much what I'll be having here. ...if Pizza Hut is open. Big Grin

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

Turkey and Ham!

A smoked turkey and a spiral cut honey ham of course!!

EDIT: I seldom post without an edit.

re: Turkey and Ham!

rex_binary wrote:

A smoked turkey and a spiral cut honey ham of course!!

Yum! I'm eating at your house this year! Big Grin

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

You will all be waddling

Too much Thanksgiving feasting and everyone will be waddling the waddle.

For seekers only

re:You will all be waddling

LOL

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