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Old 11-18-2007, 10:53 AM   #1
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Default What are you doing for Thanksgiving?

Myself, I'm not traditional really. I'm going to order a pizza, some beer, and watch football. Oh, and have some pumpkin pie also.
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Celebrating with my family and having a Thanksgiving lunch, then working in the evening.
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Going to my grandma's. Eating. More Eating. Then some More Eating the next day.

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Enjoy the day off of school and work. I have work the following day though. =/
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Old 11-18-2007, 04:32 PM   #5
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us canadians had thanksgiving a month ago
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how do you guys normally celebrate thanksgiving? same way we do?
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Eating food, and having this whole week off of school!!!
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how do you guys normally celebrate thanksgiving? same way we do?
yea basically. we have family come over or something of that nature, and then have thanksgiving dinner and other food.
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I'm celebrating thanksgiving by eating until I can't eat anymore, then using the leftover turkey to make sandwiches for the next three weeks. Then I'm going to hit some stores the day after and look at the specials. Ok maybe I won't go to the stores literally but internet shopping is just as good! Then I'm going to enjoy my time off from school.
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Old 11-18-2007, 07:14 PM   #10
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i remember last black friday i waited in line about an hour to get my 200GB HDD for like 30$, but earlier had traded that specific one for another, my orginal one was ATA (what i had at the time), the other one i picked up was SATA, relazized this about an hour into waiting, and my other one was gone! i knew you could get a SATA controller card but i asked the guy how much they were he said they were 30$+. so i went back with nothing, got online and i found the same deal there! i ordered it and it came the next week
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Old 11-18-2007, 07:30 PM   #11
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This year I'm celebrating Thanksgiving with my family here at the house....all my moms family comes over and eats (which is kinda funny because all but two live less than 2 miles away from me and I see them everyday) we always have fun though

We had the choice of having thanksgiving here at home or on the Poarch Creek Reservation (My grandma's Creek) but we chose home...Indians typically don't like Thanksgiving
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Myself, I'm not traditional really. I'm going to order a pizza, some beer, and watch football. Oh, and have some pumpkin pie also.

YESSSSS!!!!!!! That's the way to go. At least for me too. I'm going to watch the NBA instead and catch some football games when I get a chance, but I got a project coming due so that keeps me busy. For Thanksgiving, a bunch of us are going out to Hometown Buffet to eat dinner. My parents are all out of state and there is no way I'm spending $400 for a rountrip ticket just for a two day visit. I'm going up there this Christmas, hehe. Already got my itenerary for that.


Oh yeah, can't forget about the pumpkin and sweet potato pie! Mmmmmmmmmmm.........with whip cream on top. It's the one time of year where these kind of pies taste that sweet.
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A whole week off school?

Too lucky. We had thanksgiving last month here and only got Monday off.
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haha, ya two of the days are substituted for Veterans day, and the other is a teachers in service day, the other three are just break
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haha, ya one of the days is substituted for Veterans day, and the other is a teachers in service day, the other three are just break
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just having the typical thanksgiving get-to-gether with both sides of the family, cant wait till friday with my dads side they are rather crazy
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i get to cook dinner this year, and then im stuffing my face the rest of the day, and i got off work, i hope(i might have to switch shifts)
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Since Im from Wisconsin I'll be in the woods all week deer hunting, Already shot my doe, now I gotta shoot the thurdy pointer, Gotta love it then spending thanksgiving w/ the family.
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Aghhhh, my professor just assigned us a project to do over the Thanksgiving break. Man, that blows big time. Final exams in two weeks and projects are due right after the break. I'll be sitting at home doing my school work, watching TV, eating all weekend long. No shopping because it's too crazy on Black Friday's. Hell no. Plenty of time to shop for gifts...
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Aghhhh, my professor just assigned us a project to do over the Thanksgiving break. Man, that blows big time. Final exams in two weeks and projects are due right after the break. I'll be sitting at home doing my school work, watching TV, eating all weekend long. No shopping because it's too crazy on Black Friday's. Hell no. Plenty of time to shop for gifts...
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