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What do I bring to a Democrat's Thanksgiving dinner?

Discussion in 'Pathology' started by deschutes, Nov 16, 2005.

  1. deschutes

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    Mashed potatoes and dessert have already been vouched for by other guests.
     
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  3. Brian Pavlovitz

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    Wine!

    ...do republicans like wine, too?? :p
     
  4. beary

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    Do Democrats and Republicans have different Thanksgiving traditions? :confused:

    PS Brian, I'm a Republican, and I :love: wine! :)
     
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    Yes they do. Republicans call Thanksgiving wine "Jesus Juice" and lament why those crazy "Liberal Activist Judges" don't just let them complete their transformation of America into a Theocracy. They then finish their turkey and during desert, complain that those who criticize the war are "treasonous", "Un-American" and not "supporting the troops". Then finally, while watching football, they compare the NYTimes to the Daily Worker.

    Enjoy your Thanksgiving!
     
  6. Cabbage Head

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    i have a cabbage for a head
     
  7. deschutes

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    My dilemma with giving wine is that I know what I like - that doesn't necessarily mean I want to force it on others. Plus, I'm driving :p
     
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    Oh my gosh!! This is exactly what my family does for Thanksgiving every year! :p
     
  9. deschutes

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    A bright idea struck me (all that time spent walking to and from the blood bank...). Problem solved. Case closed.
     
  10. beary

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    Well, what is it?
     
  11. deschutes

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    I'll tell you after Thanksgiving ;)


    Just kidding. Pineapple Fried Rice. Without the chicken and the shrimp so that my hostess can stuffing-ize it.
     
  12. Brian Pavlovitz

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    I'm a Democrat, and I'll share wine with you any day!! :)
     
  13. deschutes

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    So did I scare you away, beary? ;) You're probably thinking "fish sauce with turkey, YUCK!"

    I'm not usually this exotic - but when called upon, I try to please.
     
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    Yeah, I was a little bit scared. ;)

    I am not really into exotic foods. I am too boring.
     
  15. deschutes

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    I realize that. I am a good host. I would NEVER make you eat turkey with pineapple in it or on it.
     
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    Democrats tend to share whine more than they share wine.
     
  17. Brian Pavlovitz

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    :p
     
  18. DarksideAllstar

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    I am pretty sure that "whine" is shared equally on either side of the political spectrum, so frequently, in fact, that it prevents anything from being accomplished.
     
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    Very true. Whoever the party in power currently is, that party is generally characterized by condescension. The party not in power whines. In 1993 the Republicans were the whiners.
     

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