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    yeehaw!!! cain't wait to get me summa that armydilllllllllllo!! whoo wee!

    (*my best texas accent was thrown on that!)

    i will be having honey baked ham for my turkey day! yummmmmmy

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    Wolf, please do not leave out my favorite....fried jackelope! MMmmmm. Smack-your-mamma-good! right up to the ears.
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    Nope, can't forget that fried jackelope!

    We actually have both, Turkey and Ham. Got to have everyone happy.

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    And Sher. That Texas accent came across loud and clear.

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    oh good, wolf! as i wouldn't want to disappoint!

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    Well, I can see that y'all have small families. We usually have 2 turkeys, 1 ham and some sort of meatloafy thingy that I never eat, but someone does...it is always gone by round two at the buffet table. More varieties of desert than we have members of our family. It is ridiculous.

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    oh yeah, we are piggies, too. i have my mom make a brisket to go with the turkey and ham. plus tons of veggies and about three times the amount of sweet stuff as we should have. but yeah, jenn, you are right... you have a big big family!

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    Depends on whether we go "home" or not....

    When we do, there are usually about 40 people at the dinners --- and we have both ham and turkey.

    If I'm having people it's because just a handful have flown out here...and then I get the HoneyBaked Ham Co. ham because it rocks!
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    Best wishes for a wonderful Thanksgiving to all my Canadian friends
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    Holidays are getting tougher as the families get bigger. Between kids, exes, in-laws, aunts & uncles, brother-in-laws, etc. coordinating a Thanksgiving meal is almost impossible (not MY exes or kids, by the way).

    We usually go to both my Aunt & Uncle's down the street, and my in-laws. Timing is tough, but we usually do one lunch and one dinner at each...

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