Happy Thanksgiving!

November 25, 2009 -

Food, friends, family and football… what a great holiday.

We’ll be taking some time off here at GP to celebrate Thanksgiving and participate in the annual rite of seeing who can achieve the most disjointed belly.

For those celebrating, have a happy and safe Thanksgiving! To everyone else, whether you like turkey or not, enjoy your weekend! To all, thanks for your continued readership and support.

MSNBC’s Citizen Gamer column offers some advice on how to best survive the holiday. Hint: it involves videogames.


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Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to everybody on GP.

 

Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy thanksgiving! to all! & happy playing videogames during Thanksgiving if you get a chance. & eat till your belly gets stuffed & you can't eat anymore. Again Happy Thanksgiving & to GP.

 

 

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Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

Or the people who did celebrate Thanksgiving more than a month ago aka. Canadians.

When Jack Thompson runs his mouth, does anyone really care what he has to say anymore?

Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

Woot! We Canadians need a month space for more turkey. Having Turkey in Nov and Dec and potentially on New Years is a bit much...

Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

Call me an ignorant American if you wish, but it never occurred to me that Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving, too.  I mean, now that I think about it, it totally makes sense, but until now it never occurred to me.

I apologize, and happy thanksgiving.

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Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

Our thanksgiving is on the same day as your Columbus day.

Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

I'm heading out for the thanksgiving weekend, I'll also be playing video games and Posting wierd and dumb crinimal news in the ECA forums in the news section

Watching JT on GP is just like watching an episode of Jerry springer only as funny as the fights

America has just became its own version of the Jerry Springer Show after a bizarre moment in Florida involving a carnival worker.

Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

If you've got nowhere to eat Thanksgiving dinner, there's no need to go to Denny's for a turkey melt sandwich and depress yourself to suicidal levels by hanging out with other people who, like you, have nowhere to eat Thanksgiving dinner. Everyone who wants can go to Zippy's house for Thanksgiving dinner. All are invited and welcome. There're more than enough chocolate nut cookies for everyone!!

Happy Holiday!! 

Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

For those frozen turkey bowlers in the audience:

http://www.springfieldnewssun.com/entertainment/frozen-turkey-bowling-game-23597.html

It was the first one I came across, so if anyone finds better, feel free to post.

Happy Turkey day!  Let there be plenty of turkey salad afterwards!  :)

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