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#27977 - 11/29/02 12:26 PM Thanksgiving 2002: Stories  
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Well, I'm rather curious about everyones thanksgivings so I figured that I'd make a post . I'll start things off ... (Not that often that'll ever happen, or me tell anyone about RL).


Well for anyone who knows about me and holidays you'll understand why I'm bitter about them... Mainly because everyone has these large family's, that at least get along twice a year (thanksgiving and Christmas).

Well, today to my surprise Annie (my ex) stopped by, bearing thanksgiving left overs). Well all in all Thanksgiving this year was up .

Annie showed up, gave me a rose, gave me a kiss, and brought in enough food to feed me for a week lol... It was very little of their left overs, so I was rather surprised lol...

I have like 3 huge pieces of ham, about 5 pounds of turkey, about 5 pounds of potatoes, yams, all the holiday goodness .

My mom said to me "Well, if she feeds you this well now, don't dump her till Christmas" I was all "Mom, we broke up a while ago" she's all "and you're both still friends?" and I'm all "well yeah, why not?"

Leave it to my mom to find an excuse to argue lol... I don't think she'd like hearing "Well, she used to be a friend with benefits" all I've gotten from her lately was food and a cold lol.. well a rose and a kiss too, and a "I love you" kiss from ones best friend makes everything feel better, even in the most lonesome of days, just proves me wrong... It proves me that if one doesn't give up on friends and family (like I did around 6am) that things just might get better .

I love how my best "girl friend's" are scifi geeks like me, makes situations easier when you can't stand silence just to turn on some Star Wars :x...

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#27978 - 11/30/02 04:14 AM Re: Thanksgiving 2002: Stories  
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my thanksgiving: everything was going well until i told my mom that the school's lunch ladys cook better than her.

"It's better to burn out, than to fade away."
#27979 - 11/30/02 04:35 AM Re: Thanksgiving 2002: Stories  
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Lmao BackSlash. My grandmother's an excellent cook, so no complains here as far as the food went.
I slept in till about 2pm, got up ... dicked around my house for a little while (watched some TV, smoked a few cigarettes, listened to a little music, made a few phone calls etc.) Then about 5 minutes before we were to leave the house I decided to take a shower and get ready. We were about an hour late getting to my grandmother's house (that's where we always celebrate major holidays) yet we were still the first persons there. I sat my ass down in front of the TV and my grandmother brought me in some chips and dip. Watched Ice Age with everyone once they all showed up, and eventually got to eating. Took some funny pictures of my family (later went home and added captions and thought bubbles to them for a good laugh ) Then after eating I sat around drugged up on turkey untill finally my father declared it was time to go home. Smoked the best cigarette of my life on the way home and crashed almost immediately after entering the door only to be awoken by all my friends who felt it neccessary to call and wish me a happy Indian-Massacre-Day, even though it was pretty over. It wasn't as bad as I predicted.

Oh I almost forgot, my school won the Turkey-Day game against the other high school in my city, which never ever happens, and probably wont ever happen again for another 70 years.

=~ s/boredom/ studies/g

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