Tuesday, November 20, 2012

TMI QUESTIONS: HAPPY THANKSGIVING


HAPPY THANKSGIVING
1. Do you travel or stay local? Family or Friends? Host or Guest?
2. Parade: Love it? Leave it? Never let it go?
3. Favorite Food?
4. Favorite holiday movie or do you watch football?
5. If you do holiday decorations, for which holiday and when?
6. Black Friday. Thoughts? Feelings? Soapbox?

Bonus
People traditionally give thanks on Thanksgiving. What are you thankful for?





TMI Questions 
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6 comments:

Mind Of Mine said...

We don't have Thanksgiving here in Ireland, for obvious reasons.

Loki's Log said...

Do you travel or stay local? Family or Friends? Host or Guest?

Host with never less than ten people typically so it is a good raucous time. Generally just family though I’d happily include friends.

2. Parade: Love it? Leave it? Never let it go? Huge parade fan. In fact, a little Loki trivia – I was once a balloon handler at the Macy Thanksgiving Day Parade. It is like doing a tricep pulldown for like four straight hours. Lots of fun and you freeze your ass of. Biggest thrill – changing into our costumes next to the FDNY volunteer squad.

3. Favorite Food? Sweet potato. Served any style. I could and do eat an entire plate of them.

4. Favorite holiday movie or do you watch football? All football, both on TV and in the backyard.

5. If you do holiday decorations, for which holiday and when? Christmas only.

6. Black Friday. Thoughts? Feelings? Soapbox? I continue eating and drinking through Friday. I like to walk through town and local stores, but not Christmas shopping at malls and such. Shopping for me is a late Decemberish activity.

I am very thankful that Sean at JAJG, sits his humpy butt in a hot yello jeep and spreads his good cheer in the blogosphere.

anne marie in philly said...

1. I stay home

2. the philadelphia parade is the oldest in the US (suck it, macy's)! leave it; it's mainly for kids

3. indian/thai/vietnamese/ANYTHING other than yucky turkey and ham!

4. neither; I listen to music and knit

5. small fake shitmas tree about 12/8

6. pure evil

What are you thankful for? - my boyfriends (natch!), my spouse, my cats, my health, my job

SEAN said...

Loki - I think your last answer is my all time favorite answer! Thanks!

R.J. said...

1. If traveling from one end of the county to the other counts, then I travel. It can be up to an hour and a half drive depending on traffic but if the road is clear I can get to my father's place in about forty minutes.

2. Leave it. I haven't watched a Macy's parade in ages, but it would be fun to watch if they floated that gas bag Donald Trump one of these years.

3. Pecan pie. You can find it anytime in Texas but we only have one day a year and Turkey Day is it.

4. Football. All is right with the world when I wake up and there's a Detroit Lions game in the morning and a Dallas Cowboys team to hate in the afternoon.

5. I don't do decorations at home ever since someone stole my hand made Christmas wreath off my front door.

6. Soapbox. Having low paid, hard working employees work at 8pm on Thanksgiving night is a crime against common sense and decency. They deserve to have their turkey coma like the rest of us.

BONUS. I'm thankful for having something resembling job security for the first time in about half a decade.

Nate Oman said...

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