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View PostGamecockDieHard, on 28 November 2013 - 06:46 AM, said:

We don't do extended family holidays anymore.  Got to be more politics than poultry.  My wife and I do an enormous feast of Turkey, HoneyBaked Ham, gravy & dressing, potato salad, mac and cheese, squash casserole, butter beans, pecan pies, apple pie, cranberry sauce, biscuits, and tea.  All of it is made from scratch and takes several hours to prepare.  I take the day off before TG day and we have a blast working on it together.  Today, we only need to cook the turkey, finish the dressing, reheat, set the table, and gorge out.  Then eat the leftovers while watching weekend football.  I love it.  Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

I know exactly what you mean.  That's why I volunteer to hold thanksgiving at our house.  I have some drama queens in the family lol!

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View PostPuddingTime, on 28 November 2013 - 06:25 AM, said:

Doing double duty today.  Going to my girlfriend's mom's for one dinner at noon.  Then my folks at 4 for the real meal (IMO.)  Happy Thanksgiving ya'll.  Hope the NFL games are good today and ole miss kicks states ass
FTFY ;) For real though, happy thanksgiving everyone! Have a nice day full of food and football :cheers:
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View PostMaroonblood, on 28 November 2013 - 09:18 AM, said:

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  Enjoy the feast!  I'll be frying turkeys for about 40-50 people today.  All family!  Have a great day!
That's enough people to drown out the drama queens :D.   Sounds like a great time that I'm sure everyone in your clan looks forward to every year.  I know it's a lot of work but I'm sure it's well worth the effort.  We're just scattered out so far apart, it's one of those things that if someone is being a jerk, you can't just go home and salvage what's left of the day.  Neither of us really get along with our in-laws.  My brother/sister-in-law will be wearing cLIMPson BRIGHT orange jumpsuits that literally hurt your eyes.

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I have tooo walk 3 miles tooo the soup kitchen for my dinner....

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View PostSir Wade, The Illest, Count Badass von Gofckyourself, on 28 November 2013 - 06:21 AM, said:

Spending this Thanksgiving with the missus.

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That hand is nowhere near callused enough to be yours. This is a lie.

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Happy Thanksgiving to all; my sig for today says how I'll be spending it...
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View PostRafi, on 28 November 2013 - 10:01 AM, said:

That hand is nowhere near callused enough to be yours. This is a lie.

I'm a huge nerd, but I'm not a big enough nerd that I'll actually take a picture of my own hand and post it online just for the amusement of strangers, like this faggot:

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View PostSir Wade, The Illest, Count Badass von Gofckyourself, on 28 November 2013 - 10:40 AM, said:

I'm a huge nerd, but I'm not a big enough nerd that I'll actually take a picture of my own hand and post it online just for the amusement of strangers, like this faggot:

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you my Danny Ainge troller, are a true whack job (or should I say "whack off" job)...I REGRESS...

















ur an idiot
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View PostCrimsoNation713, on 28 November 2013 - 10:52 AM, said:

you my Danny Ainge troller, are a true whack job (or should I say "whack off" job)...I REGRESS...

















ur an idiot

The funniest thing is that while I am incredibly weird on SECTalk, if you actually met me in person you'd find that I'm nothing like Tider27, and am almost exactly like I am on SECTalk.

Talk about a plot twist...

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Wade is a Chinese hacker sent to destroy SEC football from with in

How he obtained a Caucasian arm should be a concern to everyone
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View Postpossumslayer, on 28 November 2013 - 09:42 AM, said:

I have tooo walk 3 miles tooo the soup kitchen for my dinner....
  Really?  Then you're doing alright for a Vol.  Most Vols have to take a bus into town.  :trollface:

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View PostSir Wade, The Illest, Count Badass von Gofckyourself, on 28 November 2013 - 11:38 AM, said:

The funniest thing is that while I am incredibly weird on SECTalk, if you actually met me in person you'd find that I'm nothing like Tider27, and am almost exactly like I am on SECTalk.

Talk about a plot twist...
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"Whenever I see those crimson jerseys and crimson helmets, I feel humbled to have played football for Alabama. Other players in the NFL talk to me about their schools and their traditions. I just smile knowing the immense love Alabama fans have for our school and its football program. I'm proud to be a part of that Crimson Tide heritage."

-- Derrick Thomas






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