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Gingersnap
11-26-2008, 04:00 PM
What Your Thanksgiving Meal Says About You

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When it comes to the holidays, you follow and love the big traditions. You look forward to them every year.

You see the holidays as a time to think about what's important to you. It's a good time to reflect and regroup.

You like the aspects of the holiday that remind you of your childhood - opening presents, treats, and old favorite foods.

During the holidays, you are likely to feel generous. At your worst, you feel exhausted.

You consider yourself to be a bit of a purist, and you're proud of it.

You tend to spend your holidays sharing and pitching in. You'll do whatever needs to be done.

What Does Your Thanksgiving Meal Say About You? (http://www.blogthings.com/whatdoesyourthanksgivingmealsayaboutyouquiz/)

We get to open presents on Thanksgiving? :confused:

Celtic Rose
11-26-2008, 04:37 PM
What Your Thanksgiving Meal Says About You

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When it comes to the holidays, you follow and love the big traditions. You look forward to them every year.

You see the holidays as a time to think about what's important to you. It's a good time to reflect and regroup.

You like the more adult aspects of the holidays - parties, cocktails, and having time off from work.

During the holidays, you are likely to feel generous. At your worst, you feel exhausted.

You consider yourself to be a bit of a purist, and you're proud of it.

You tend to spend your holidays doing everything and anything. You really get into the holiday spirit.

What Does Your Thanksgiving Meal Say About You? (http://www.blogthings.com/whatdoesyourthanksgivingmealsayaboutyouquiz/)

Aaron Burr
11-26-2008, 04:56 PM
I already know what my Thanksgiving meal of Dungeness crab says about me. I kick ass.

linda22003
11-26-2008, 05:10 PM
When it comes to the holidays, you follow and love the big traditions. You look forward to them every year.

You see the holidays as a time to think about what's important to you. It's a good time to reflect and regroup.

You like the more adult aspects of the holidays - parties, cocktails, and having time off from work.

During the holidays, you are likely to feel generous. At your worst, you feel exhausted.

You consider yourself an un-picky eater, and you're proud of it.

You tend to spend your holidays sharing and pitching in. You'll do whatever needs to be done.

Goldwater
11-26-2008, 05:44 PM
Same as Linda.

linda22003
11-26-2008, 06:20 PM
Probably because my vegetable choice was brussels sprouts.