Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to all our American visitors. Just doing a quick post, since there is no real news to report, so we’re doing a Thanksgiving discussion today!

Snorlax has eaten ten turkeys and much more, but what about you? What are you going to eat today? Are your uncles and aunts coming over? Is it a relaxing day or is your family doing a some sort of ‘family activity’? Are you ready for Black Friday?

You guys can think of more questions, so I’ll give this discussion to you. As always, that belongs below in the comments! Have a nice day, and oh, don’t choke on the turkey.

  1. my family just stayed home today and had some pork chops, mac and cheese, and broccoli. i think i ate too much mac and cheese lol. also have some orange cake for desert which i will eat later 😛 and on the subject of black friday i have never gone shopping on that day tbh but i would love to so i can get some cheap 3ds games

  2. This year we had most of our meal catered by Bob Evan’s, but I love to bake, so I did make creamed corn, candied sweet potatoes, and green bean casserole to augment the turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, rolls, stuffing, cole slaw, and cranberry sauce. We also had apple pie, pumpkin pie, and pecan pie! D:

    …I am going to have to eat nothing but salad for a month to save my diet. >.>

  3. It was just my mother, little brother, and I this year; the rest of our family left to Texas or Montana to spend their Thanksgiving. With only three mouths to feed, we didn’t really waste our time making a vast feast, but rather settled on a small turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and cranberry sauce. I topped my Thanksgiving off with an entire pumpkin pie and a large bottle of peach mango Odwalla juice. Since then, I’ve been helping my little brother start a new game on Black Version (“Mark, Samurott looks like a blue unicorn. I want it.”). Apart from that, I’ve been waiting for my girlfriend to get here so that we can settle down and finish watching Avatar: The Last Airbender series to cleanse our minds of M.Night Shaymalan’s horrible portrayal of the movie.

  4. As is the case every year, I celebrated Thanksgiving by gorging myself on my mom’s excellent cooking until I thought I was going to explode. It was great.

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