John Olinda Thanksgiving dinner = success
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Vajra The best parts of Thanksgiving: family, friends, and food. We had a huge feast, but we hadham instead of turkey and skipped the stuffing this year. But all the other sides were present and a good time was had by all.
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Eric I'm jealous, living in the UK I've never experienced Thanksgiving.
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John Olinda I *love* living in Korea, but it was fun to have an American holiday. Although someone brought cheobab (I don't really know what to compare that to, and I am not sure that I've romanized it right either) and it was amazing. So mostly American. Calling our folks back home tomorrow for their Thanksgiving celebration, so that'll be fun.
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Mark Dain Neither have I. All my American friends were talking about it. As far as I can see the family just gets together and eats Turkey. Sounds nice.
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