November 22, 2007

Thanksgiving...

by Chris Randall
 

In the United States, today is the day we give thanks that the Native Americans of 1621 didn't have a tougher immigration policy, while simultaneously giving thanks that the Chinese Government controls our currency, thus leading to low, low prices at the big box stores. We do this by stuffing our fat faces all day today, watching a football game, then driving our SUVs to the mall tomorrow and maxing out our credit cards.


To the rest of the world, it's okay if you don't understand. We can't figure out Boxing Day, so bugger off.

 
 
 

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Nov.22.2007 @ 12:41 PM
InvisibleMensch
Hear, hear.
 
 

 
Nov.22.2007 @ 12:51 PM
raoul duke
due to thanks giving being in the US i understand the stuffing your fat faces bit ;)
 
 

 
Nov.22.2007 @ 1:31 PM
ecallender
Well put, my friend... well put.
 
 

 
Nov.22.2007 @ 7:01 PM
The Cody
Merry National Annual Turkey Holocaust Festival Day!
 
 

 
Nov.22.2007 @ 8:32 PM
puffer
There's another aspect to the Thanksgiving that doesn't get much play but is as much part, esp. for the younger set: going out and getting drunk the night before. Everyone is back in town, has the day off in the middle of the week, and are already about to strangle their families. You want to see some packed bars, go out the night before Thanksgiving. Me? Feh.
 
 

 
Nov.23.2007 @ 2:52 AM
Downpressor
I miss turkey dinners.
 
 

 
Nov.23.2007 @ 9:31 AM
Gibbon
BBQ'd turkey is the best!
 
 

 
Nov.23.2007 @ 10:44 AM
Shane
Onion Gravy and Turkey hmmmm

I have to wait till saint bullshit till I enjoy that feast ;-)

 
 

 
Nov.23.2007 @ 11:51 AM
inteliko
Candy Yams flavored w/ Jamaican dark rum topped w/ marshmallows...and a greenbean and onion casserole... leftovers muthafuckers! Im asking my wife for a Kaossilator for x-mas, better than reading SOS on the shitter indeed!
 
 

 
Nov.23.2007 @ 11:53 AM
inteliko
Spoof ad, Kaossilator the shit for making beats while taking one!
 
 

 
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