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    I prefer yellow cake with fudge frosting. yum

    I prefer long weekends to short, little, normal weekends. *sigh* (I'm missin' that labor day weekend...)
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    long weekends..
    I prefer opening windows in the house for fresh Fall air to stuffy air conditioning..this time of year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shazzer
    I prefer yellow cake with fudge frosting. yum

    I prefer long weekends to short, little, normal weekends. *sigh* (I'm missin' that labor day weekend...)
    My whole life is one big weekend! (I worked hard to get it that way, tho)


    I prefer Labor Day to Memorial Day

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    I might actually appreciate the day off more on Memorial Day, simply because there have been no company holidays at that point since January.

    I prefer Target to Wal-mart/Kmart etc.
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    Target.... slightly more style...

    I prefer thanksgiving to easter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senrik
    Target.... slightly more style...

    I prefer thanksgiving to easter.
    Are you kidding! Thanksgiving, all the way, any day I can eat a whole turkey by myself and not be judged for it, that's my kind of day!


    I prefer Saturday to Sunday

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    I prefer Sunday...ONLY because I have more time that day to do stuff. Saturday is usually jam-packed for me. (The best time of the week? Friday night right after work. Because it's the "longest possible time before more work!" )

    I prefer Christmas to Thanksgiving (although I do love turkey day)
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    Christmas
    I prefer giving gifts rather than receiving. Love to watch people's expressions as they open them.
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    I prefer giving gifts too. I love surprising people with really good gifts they would have never gotten themselves.

    I prefer cozying up at home with a movie to sitting in the theater (most times).
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    much rather watch movies at home..
    I prefer hanging out wekeends with good friends to
    going to places where I barely know the guests.
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