Turkey Turkey Turkey Turkey !!!

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  1. RttaM

    RttaM Well-Known Member

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    Happy Thanksgiving guys! :)
     
  2. Coldar

    Coldar Well-Known Member

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    Been watching the news where some are trying to save the turkey by not eating it this holiday.:confused:
    I thinkin' its the same people that buy packaged meat from the store and don't realize it comes from a butchered animal.

    Anyway....."Happy Thankgiving to all of TA"
     
  3. Epox

    Epox Well-Known Member

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    happy thanksgiving
     
  4. kiranb28

    kiranb28 Well-Known Member

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    Turkey Turkey Turkey Turkey

    MUSHROOM!
    MUSHROOM!!!
     
  5. Balu`

    Balu` Well-Known Member

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    We don't have thanksgiving. : D
     
  6. doodlejumper

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    We don't have turkey here, but plenty of dessert.
     
  7. LBG

    LBG Señor Member

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    #7 LBG, Nov 25, 2010
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    Do you Americans have Turkey for Christmas as well? I don't think I've ever had Turkey for Christmas (with the family), we normally have either Pheasant or Rabbits.
     
  8. secondtime

    secondtime Well-Known Member

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    Some do turkey, some do ham, we started doing Christmas lasagna. :D
     
  9. ibelongintheforums

    ibelongintheforums Well-Known Member

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    If someone says "Happy Turkey Day" I will find you, hunt you done, hang you upside down in chicken oil and dump you in watermelon seeds.
    That said, Happy Thanksgiving to America, and happy thursday to everyone else, including Rocky Balboa
     
  10. StarCraftIsGreat

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  11. NotYou

    NotYou Well-Known Member

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    It usually depends on your family and where you live (this is a huge country).

    I have a huge Italian family, so at Christmas we do at least one turkey, a ham, and sometimes a duck as well.:p
     
  12. LBG

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    #12 LBG, Nov 25, 2010
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    That sounds like a good Christmas supper.

    I remember having Christmas in the Maldives, and it feels very strange being on the beach in the baking sun, sipping away at a sunset cocktail, when you know everyone back in England is shut up in their homes, freezing their asses off with a log fire to keep warm :D
     

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