I'm sorry, but those 2 dogs of mine are highly competitive when it comes to bones.
Thanks Dale. I have to go to Chinatown today and request that they murder a live turkey for our meal. The things that Poor George makes me do...
lol this thanksgiving there will be no family at my house... not tamale making... no grandma to yell at us to get out of the kitchen... nothing but my boyfriend and my pal sherry. now Xmas... thats gonna be the freakin Family Brawl right there! lol
I wish I didn't cancel NetflixI love that movie..=)
Thanks Dale for the T'giving wishes.Is Home for the HOlidays the one with Holly Hunter that Jodie Foster directed.I got chased by Jodie Foster's dog once while she was editing that movie. I'm sure that made it a better movie. fwiw...Jodie Foster was pleasant enough.
love love love Home for Holidays- Dale why don't you cum over and we can snuggle in front of the fire, pop in the movie and ummmm get over the turkey overdose....
Thanks man. I've managed to wean my Thanksgiving obligations down to only one other family member, so the odds are looking good.
Grrrrrrr, better get some extra bones for them Old Lady. What kind of dogs?Can't poor George get Mama Gin to wring it's neck? Didn't she kill his pet chicken? The horror you have to put up with poor Coaster Punchman. Hope you have a great day. Have a happy time with your pal 'sherry' Yas and I'll have a fun time with my pal 'scotch'. Skip a couple of Timmy's visits and you can buy a copy Jen! Or I'll make you one. I didn't say that out loud. You get cooler all the time Chancelucky. That's the movie, yep. I love those brushes with near greatness. You say the nicest things Shroomy, be right there.You're a turtle after my own heart Wonderturtle, excellent work.
Everyone must watch Home for the Holidays :) Such a funny movie.
Thanks, Dale. T'giving is commonly recognized by my family as an occasion to offer disturbingly detailed medical updates on obscure relatives, which must be repeated twice thanks to my grandmother's refusal operate the $3000 hearing aid her kids bought for her.Good times.
Thanks for the holiday wishes, Dale!We don't fight over the wishbone--we fight over the apple pie, cheesecake, and ice cream with chocolate syrup. We're no fools.
Dale, I don't know but I have an idea or two. Let's just say they are dogs of the world, Heinz 57, big furry drooly lovey bears.Old Lady
It's hilarious and sad. What happens with the turkey fills me with horror and the urge to laugh my ass off every time Lee.Why is my mother at your place for Thanksgiving Erik? She calls me with the death watch all the time for people I barely remember hearing about. I know people who suffer from that same not using their hearing aid thing. Arrrrgh. I hope we're like that when we're old.Clearly everyone in your family is a genius Zed. How'd you get mixed up with them? They sound slobbery and perfect Old Lady. Happy Dog Day!
lmao! i will. shes a rockin girl who mixes drinks like she was born with a blender in one hand and a martini shaker in the other. :p
I only like the white meat. I love all the accoutrements like stuffing (dressing to some folk), mashed potatoes, gravy, nice cranberry sauce...yum slurp...Who is going to make this for me? I guess I could go buy a turkey but what do I do with the crummy dark meat and legs that no one wants?And it costs about $40 for just a white meat turkey part thing at Loblaws. We got it once, it wasn't that great.I can find a great steakhouse no problem, but where is there a turkeyhouse? A nice serving of Thanksgiving in a restaurant...is there such a thing?Am I resigned to eating Taco Belly instead? Oh, how I love me some Taco Belly.You know how Taco Bell got it's name? That's right, the original owner was Mr. Glen Bell. So, if his last name had been Champagne, it could have been Taco Champagnes...The Champagnes of Tacos, like Canada Dry Ginger Ale is the Champagnes of Ginger Ales.
Thanks for the thought, Dale. BTW, we've been frequently voting for your blog.
I'd have hated to see her mother after that delivery Yas!Make it yourself lazy Tanya! You've got a new kitchen so use it. You'll complain about lousy dark meat but not what they serve at Taco Smell? Interesting.That's why I'm cooking you turkey and will then make soup X. Dell. Tanya, will you help?
Thanks...although I will be trapped in purgatory until late Thursday. I won't even have leftovers until the next day. :( Someone shoot me.
Dale do you like dark meat? Maybe I could make a turkey in the new kitchen and lure you over for a nice dinner?And stop dissing my Taco Bell! I could get a job there...
My Tofurkey doesn't have a wishbone! Drat! Nothing for me to fight over!Someone should start a business that sells wishbones to vegetarians. That would rule. It would rake in millions. Or maybe not.You're funny dude. Found you from Jin's blog.
Leftovers are always best that next day anyway Tumuli. Chin up.Are we still talking about food Tanya? Interesting idea, the vegbone, Dan. We'll need a better name though. If you think I'm funny, then I think you're smart. Even knowing about the vegetarian thing!
Thanks Dale. I will be raising a glass in gratitude to the community of good reading I've found this year in blogworld.
Great toast idea Wonderturtle. Happy toasting...
Aunt Annoying doesn't stand a chance this year. I'm bringing my two obnoxious pomeranian's with me. *evil grin*
And they'll be singing the Bluez rather than you!
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