It’s the most wonderful day of the year!

I hope you (if you live in America or are an American abroad) are slipping into your stretchy pants and getting ready for a day of fantastic Thanksgiving eating.

This is my favorite day of the year, I’ve been waiting so long for it. An entire year! And today I shall enjoy it.

And eat all the macaroni.

And no matter what happens today…

And if you are stuck at work today and you will not in fact be stuffing your face with mashed potatoes, dressing, fresh rolls, and homemade pies, then

Haha, just kidding.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving! Or happy coping with your regular ol’ boring Thursday. See y’all tomorrow, I’ve got potatoes to mash.

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17 Responses to It’s the most wonderful day of the year!

  1. Miriam

    I just have to write since there is not yet one comment, which is a rare thing!

    Happy thanksgiving to all of you, americans. :) I kindda envy you to have 2 christmas kind of holidays only one month apart… :)

    Back to work now…

  2. Justin

    Happy Thanksgiving my lil bug…sorry I pouted this morning. haha. even though you secretly love it.

  3. Sandra

    “Joey doesn’t share food!!!!!” Does Cely? Enjoy the day!

  4. Love all the Friends clips . . . too funny! Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. Christie

    Happy Thanksgiving! I am selfishly happy that you posted today :)

    However, no shirtless men? what?

  6. I have already eaten about 15-20 chocolate cupcakes, and we haven’t even had Thanksgiving dinner. I’m calling this a win :-)

  7. I love the Friends references. I could watch that show for days. What the heck is dressing though? You eat salad for thanksigiving? We certianly don’t do that here in New England.

    • Reese's Runner

      Well, I think it’s basically the same as “stuffing” except no one (that’s I’ve seen at least) actually stuffs it into the bird around here. It’s cooked in a casserole dish and served as a side. It’s made with the fat drippings from the turkey. Does that make sense?

  8. Interesting. I wish we cooked our in a casserole dish, then maybe there’d be more of it. I love stuffing and it never seems like enough comes out of that turkeys butt to feed the whole family.

    • Reese's Runner

      Oh yeah, you’re doing it all wrong. Totally wrong hahaha. We had like two large casserole dishes full of that stuff. I ate on it for days.

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