Many a soul can post an image of the plated Thanksgiving table, ready to be ravaged. Far fewer the brave individuals who'll show the AFTERMATH
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What went with that fine fine bottle of Meursault & John Adams' Century Rolls:
And, of course, a nod and a wag to our cleanup crew:
Hope you're all having a great day and are all as full as I am.
Right, break over. Time for (gasp!) Pumpkin Pie!
Jesus, the carnage. No wonder they call us Crusaders.
Even the dog looks worried.
Dog gained 3 pounds this afternoon. And that on an 11 pound pooch!
To you and yours! Nazdrowia!
I hope you have all had a lovely day. Keep your tails up, shopping tomorrow!
Here in England I always celebrate the Thanksgiving season- by making my Christmas cake.
And I spend the day being thankful for all my friends in the US. My friends in the US also have much to be grateful for, mainly being 3000 miles away from any risk of having to taste my precious blimmin Christmas cake.
Cheers! I raise a glass of Guinness to you! Well, maybe a little later. . .
Thanks for the kind thoughts. I just have one question for you:
What? No fruitcake?
When my relatives from the UK come over to visit they always bring fruitcake.
I always get the sense it's some kind of ancient joke.
Am I right?
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