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Canadian Fish 11-22-2012 08:22 AM

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!
 
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On behalf of Jodie, Charlie, our Fishies and myself, Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!

As we are here in Canada, we are looking on with envy. We may institute a 2 Thanksgivings per Year rule in the future. That Spam casserole just doesn't seem adequate today.

So as not to venture completely off topic:

Canadian Fish Celebrating American Thanksgiving

Have a great day everyone! And Good Luck with Black Friday tomorrow!

My LFS (Big Al's, to all Canadians) is having a Black Friday Sale even though we're in Canada! Woo hoo! So we get a taste of the excitement!

Canadian Fish 11-22-2012 12:22 PM

Baloney sandwich for lunch. Sigh.

It ain't turkey.

rjordan390 11-22-2012 12:28 PM

Happy Thanksgiving to your Family too.
Don't worry too much about the food; there's always football.

Reefing Madness 11-22-2012 12:31 PM

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Boredomb 11-22-2012 12:49 PM

Thanks Canadian, Even though y'all already had you Thanksgiving hope y'all enjoyed it!
I have to start cooked dinner now. Enjoy that Baloney sandwich. I eat those for lunch at work alot.

Canadian Fish 11-22-2012 01:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Boredomb (Post 1321368)
Thanks Canadian, Even though y'all already had you Thanksgiving hope y'all enjoyed it!
I have to start cooked dinner now. Enjoy that Baloney sandwich. I eat those for lunch at work alot.

Ours was on Oct 8 and we had a big ham. Normally we'd have turkey, but we knew we were going to have a Turducken on Oct 20 for my son's BDay.

That is all ancient history though, in Canada we survive on American television so we get all the build up to American Thanksgiving, but none of the fixings. It's cruel.

Maybe next year we'll have turkey on Canadian Thanksgiving and Turducken on American Thanksgiving.

I should look into holidays from other countries to liven up the year a little. Any excuse to eat better and make a pig of myself.


Damn strings. Couldn't cut 'em. Should have used scissors like the wife suggested.
It was also a Halloween party. I'm not a pirate in real life.


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