Im sure you meant this one
No I ment Adam Sandler, but ok then. LOL
I am sure he did too.
I bring that CD whenever I am a guest on Turkey day.
gotta have it.
I always listen to on the way to be a guest on the radio.
For me it isn't Thanksgiving without Charlie Brown, Arlo Guthrie and Gone With the Wind. <---don't know why...just became a tradition for me one year to watch it while I cooked in the morning.
Are you sure??????
Steve Dunne wrote:
Last year starting at noon on Thanksgiving I played Alice's Restaurant every hour on the hour. Being that it's an 18 minute or so song, it was quite entertaining. By 7 o'clock, my MIL was ready to throttle me, but she knew she couldn't stop the music. As the day turned to night, we all sang louder.
I recommend this to anyone who plans on partying all day at the same house. Trust me, you will never forget it.
That is evil.
There better have been plenty of booze.
I like it. Wizard of Oz here.
Love it. I'm still such a baby that I have to watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade! As soon as Santa passes Macy's it's OK to play the Christmas music!
Both you people are wrong. You had to have meant this one:
Who doesn't watch the parade??????
I have always wanted to go watch the balloons being blown up in the park the night before. I have never made it. :(
Some day maybe.
One of my top ten things to do before I kick the bucket is to see the parade live and go the night before to see the balloons...if I make it, you'll have to meet us there!
You aren't going this year, are you???
How about next year.
It would be so awesome!
I love NYC around the holidays...no place better on Earth....the tree, the ice skaters...the Bergdorf windows, FAO Swartz........i love it all.