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PostPosted: November 22nd, 2007, 7:20 am 
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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone here in the US. Hope you enjoy your turkey dinners, day off, and time with your families!

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It's been good so far...dinner should be coming up soon here.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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Dinner was pretty good. The turkey was mouth watering, and the pudding dessert was to-die-for. I did'nt go shopping today though...too much trouble.

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Oh, there was something on the other side of the globe.
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Happy Thanksgiving to those of you that celebrate it. :)

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Dinner was pretty good. The turkey was mouth watering, and the pudding dessert was to-die-for. I did'nt go shopping today though...too much trouble.


Glad to hear it!

And ya, Thanksgiving/black Friday shopping is way too hectic for me. I like shopping while no one is around, not while people are running people over trying to get into the store first :roll:

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And ya, Thanksgiving/black Friday shopping is way too hectic for me. I like shopping while no one is around, not while people are running people over trying to get into the store first :roll:

I agree about the Black Friday shopping thing. For one, I don't normally get up that early. For another thing, Target was just sooooo much fuuuuun to get around today, it's not even funny.
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Why was I able to buy Half-Life 2 for $4.99 at K-Mart a little later, though?


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Well, Turkey Day was relaxed for me, at last. Normally I go to three separate houses to eat at different times. This year was different because I just went to eat at my sister's house.

I went out on Black Friday for the first time and got a few good deals. A couple of dvds for cheap but the best deal I got was the 300 2-Disc Special Edition for about 8 bucks(regular price $24.99) :o


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As usual I had hot pot with my parents on Thanksgiving night. I didn't get much sleep though since I got up at 3 AM to stand in line in front of the Fry's for Black Friday. Even 2 hours before the opening (at 5 AM), the line was already impressively long. I was hoping to get the $999 40" Samsung 1080p LCD but the TV line was so crazy that the clerk got frustrated and just threw all the tickets on the floor. Of course, the results were nothing sort of chaotic. Still I got myself a pretty good camera, a Q6600 Quad core processor and few other goodies.

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As usual I had hot pot with my parents on Thanksgiving night.

Hot pot? I'm just curious as to what this is.


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Hot pot? I'm just curious as to what this is.


It's a a type of traditional Chinese meal . . . check here for the Wiki article.

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Hot pot? I'm just curious as to what this is.

I know this from Japan as "Sukiyaki". My host family offered it as a welcome meal.


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I know this from Japan as "Sukiyaki". My host family offered it as a welcome meal.


Post #777 !!
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Except in our case, we had lamb instead of beef . . . lamb is really good BTW . . . :P

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!! I get to eat 2 giant meals today 8) Thank god i got a high metabolism and i don't have to watch what i eat. Booyah!

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!! I get to eat 2 giant meals today 8) Thank god i got a high metabolism and i don't have to watch what i eat. Booyah!

You're the envy of all women!

Happy Thanksgiving to all those who'll be celebrating/eating something special today. We've got our turkey cooking at the moment, but first I am off to play some tennis!

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