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Friday
Nov262010

Pumpkin Cheesecake

Submitter: Shumpy

Friday
Nov262010

Ah-So

Friday
Nov262010

A55 Orger

Friday
Nov262010

Happy Thanksgiving

Submitter: ImaLuzer

Friday
Nov262010

Master Baster

Submitter: Shumpy

Friday
Nov262010

Thanksgiving Poem

He laid her on the table,So white, clean and bare.

His forehead wet with beads of sweat,He rubbed her here and there.

He touched her neck and then her breast,And then, drooling, felt her thigh.

The slit was wet and all was set,He gave a joyous cry.

The hole was wide... he looked inside,All was dark and murky.

He rubbed his hands and stretched out his arms,And then he stuffed the turkey.

(Get your Mind Out Of The Gutter)

Happy Thanksgiving

Submitter: MS

Friday
Nov262010

Thanksgiving Trivia

The first Thanksgiving celebration lasted three days.The Wampanoag chief invited to the first Thanksgiving feast was named Massasoit.

The first Thanksgiving took place in the fall of 1621.

The Pilgrims didn't use forks.

Only about one-third of the original colonists were Puritans.

In 1941, Congress passed a proclamation naming Thanksgiving a legal holiday to be observed on the fourth Thursday in November.

The Mayflower's crossing took 66 days.

It's unclear if the Pilgrims at turkey at the first Thanksgiving. At the time, "turkey" meant any kind of fowl.

Evidence indicates that turkeys have been around for more than 10 million years.

Turkey eggs hatch in 28 days.

A baby turkey is called a "poult."

A mature turkey has about 3,500 feathers.

More than 45 million turkeys are consumed during Thanksgiving.

The average weight of a Thanksgiving turkey is 15 pounds.

The Mayflower weighed 180 tons.

The captain of the Mayflower was named Christopher Jones.

There were at least two dogs on the Mayflower.

The typical 15-pound turkey is 70 percent white meat and 30 percent dark meat.

Pilgrim children, boys and girls, wore linen or wool dresses up until the ages of seven or eight.

The Pilgrims never celebrated a second Thanksgiving.

Cranberries are also called "bounceberries."

Thanksgiving in Canada is celebrated on the second Monday in October.

A male turkey is called a "Tom." A female turkey is called a "hen."

The Mayflower was a merchant vessel. Before transporting the Pilgrims, the ship was in the wine trade, and before that, in the fish trade.

The pet food industry uses about 13 percent of U.S. turkey production.

The Pilgrims did not eat cranberry sauce at the first Thanksgiving.

In the typical Pilgrim household, adults sat down to dinner while the children waited on them.

A nest of turkey eggs is called a "clutch."

The "caruncle" is the reddish, fleshy growth on the head and upper neck of a turkey. The red, fleshy growth from the base of a turkey's beak that hangs down over the neck is called the "snood."

The first native Americans to introduce themselves to the Pilgrims were Samoset and Squanto.

Ninety-five percent of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving.

TRIVIA FROM: DribbleGlass.com

Friday
Nov262010

Chew 'Em

Friday
Nov262010

Crap Platter

Friday
Nov262010

Holiday Shopping

Friday
Nov262010

Turkey with Special Sauce

Submitter: Shumpy

Friday
Nov262010

Tuscan Turkes

Submitter: Dan

Friday
Nov262010

Where Pumpkin Pie Comes From

Submitter: Shumpy

Thursday
Nov252010

So What Does A $777 Burger Actually Taste Like? - The Consumerist

Wednesday
Nov242010

Before Eddie Murphy was a Kid's Actor

Hey kids, you may not know it from Dr. Doolittle or the Klumps but Eddie Murphy used to perform for grown-ups.

http://www.tvsquad.com/2010/11/22/eddie-murphys-best-snl-characters-video/

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