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Thanksgiving food for thought

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So I bought the bird on Friday. 27 fucking pounds, I tossed it on the passenger seat as no paper bag would contain this beast. Damn passenger seatbelt warning was going off the whole ride home, if I panic stopped this frozen bird would have totaled the car from the inside out.

Expecting some 12 to 14 people, seems all the nieces and nephews will be coming. Hopefully my mom can make it, and hopefully we can keep the grandson Wednesday night.

What's your plans for Thanksgiving?
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Going to the in laws and apparently going to have BBQ ribs. They are kind of jehovah witnesses and never really celebrated holidays. I also dislike my wife's mom. We get to stay in a trailer with no plumbing and little heat. So....fun all around.
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woohooguy wrote: Sat Nov 19, 2022 11:47 pm

What's your plans for Thanksgiving?
Getting it out of the way the 2nd Monday in October. 8-)
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My plans got canceled. My brother got the Rona and has to isolate. They do Thanksdvivi g every early. Closest other relatives are 3 states away.
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My plans got canceled. My brother got the Rona and has to isolate. They do Thanksdvivi g every early. Closest other relatives are 3 states away.
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Antknot wrote: Sun Nov 20, 2022 12:54 am My plans got canceled. My brother got the Rona and has to isolate. They do Thanksdvivi g every early. Closest other relatives are 3 states away.
I'm jealous. I would rather stay home but we are going to my wife's sister's place. No problem with any of her family, I just would rather chill out at home.
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Heading to the cabin, my oldest and her partner will be there along with my brother, his wife, and my sister.
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I am hosting like 20 people at the lake house. I am hoping for no drama but I know that will never happen. I have my son and a couple of marines joining so I am sure we will be doing some long range targets to kill time.

I had to get 2 birds so both smokers will be going. If you haven’t done a spatchcock style Turkey I would highly recommend it
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Notice pork can't make a post without mentioning cock.
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hawkfan8812 wrote: Tue Nov 22, 2022 5:01 pm Notice pork can't make a post without mentioning cock.
He was just thinking of you. BTW, who made the dress you're wearing this year?
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Blast wrote: Tue Nov 22, 2022 6:22 pm
hawkfan8812 wrote: Tue Nov 22, 2022 5:01 pm Notice pork can't make a post without mentioning cock.
He was just thinking of you. BTW, who made the dress you're wearing this year?
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that bird in the video is from seattle
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Hope your Thanksgiving eve is going well!

We have the grandson, My mom made it down and they have had a lot of fun, he is now sleeping while my mom makes the most of our streaming services.. :lol:

Tomorrow the son in law picks up the grandson to take to his side of the family, and the wife and I wish he didn't have to.. They don't see him that often and I know he will probably be very reserved and a "problem" when they try to expose the little guy to the family he has no fucking clue about... the family that wont bother to see him on a regular basis..

Maybe I shouldn't post this..

Maybe I just need to get it off my chest..

Fuck it. Posted.
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woohooguy wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 3:39 am Hope your Thanksgiving eve is going well!

We have the grandson, My mom made it down and they have had a lot of fun, he is now sleeping while my mom makes the most of our streaming services.. :lol:

Tomorrow the son in law picks up the grandson to take to his side of the family, and the wife and I wish he didn't have to.. They don't see him that often and I know he will probably be very reserved and a "problem" when they try to expose the little guy to the family he has no fucking clue about... the family that wont bother to see him on a regular basis..

Maybe I shouldn't post this..

Maybe I just need to get it off my chest..

Fuck it. Posted.
Man that is so frustrating. Like kids aren't allowed to have personalities. Hope they don't try to force him into hugging them and stuff. Not respecting a kid as an actual person with wants and needs boils my blood. How old is he?
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woohooguy wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 3:39 am Hope your Thanksgiving eve is going well!

We have the grandson, My mom made it down and they have had a lot of fun, he is now sleeping while my mom makes the most of our streaming services.. :lol:

Tomorrow the son in law picks up the grandson to take to his side of the family, and the wife and I wish he didn't have to.. They don't see him that often and I know he will probably be very reserved and a "problem" when they try to expose the little guy to the family he has no fucking clue about... the family that wont bother to see him on a regular basis..

Maybe I shouldn't post this..

Maybe I just need to get it off my chest..

Fuck it. Posted.
Is this the grandson you and your wife treasure when he visits?
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 2:29 pm
woohooguy wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 3:39 am Hope your Thanksgiving eve is going well!

We have the grandson, My mom made it down and they have had a lot of fun, he is now sleeping while my mom makes the most of our streaming services.. :lol:

Tomorrow the son in law picks up the grandson to take to his side of the family, and the wife and I wish he didn't have to.. They don't see him that often and I know he will probably be very reserved and a "problem" when they try to expose the little guy to the family he has no fucking clue about... the family that wont bother to see him on a regular basis..

Maybe I shouldn't post this..

Maybe I just need to get it off my chest..

Fuck it. Posted.
Is this the grandson you and your wife treasure when he visits?
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Animal wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 2:34 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 2:29 pm
woohooguy wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 3:39 am Hope your Thanksgiving eve is going well!

We have the grandson, My mom made it down and they have had a lot of fun, he is now sleeping while my mom makes the most of our streaming services.. :lol:

Tomorrow the son in law picks up the grandson to take to his side of the family, and the wife and I wish he didn't have to.. They don't see him that often and I know he will probably be very reserved and a "problem" when they try to expose the little guy to the family he has no fucking clue about... the family that wont bother to see him on a regular basis..

Maybe I shouldn't post this..

Maybe I just need to get it off my chest..

Fuck it. Posted.
Is this the grandson you and your wife treasure when he visits?
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In Scottsdale for a few week, maybe the rest of the year if we decide. Just the wife and I with 2 of 3 of the kids. Overbought of course and will feel wasteful when we throw too much out on Saturday/Sunday. On the plus side, my lemons are ripening early so I get to use them when we cook
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