Thursday, November 22, 2007

Merry Turkey Holiday

35 comments:

  1. But soylent green is PEOPLE! AUUUUGGGGH! ;-)

    Happy Turkey Day!

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  2. LMAO
    I like that turkey!
    Happy Thanksgiving, Nessa!

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  3. Happy Turkey Eating Day!

    I wish you all the best, my dear!

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  4. Nice bird!
    Happy Turkey Day to you.

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  5. That is a good one. I cooked a turkey but I did not eat any turkey. I have gone vegetarian with my daughter and her husband. I actually feel a lot better not eating meat. For our dressing I used Ezekiel bread, onions, sage and vegetable broth. It was different but not too bad. I also made my regular chicken with cornbread dressing for the non vegetarians.

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  6. Nessa, you do the very best Thanksgiving illustrations. I blame tryptophane for not coming to see this yesterday. Happy People Day, belated.

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  7. Hope things are going better in your neck of the woods today.

    Great cartoon! I'm all about the soylent green -- Tofurkey style.

    Happy post Holiday!

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  8. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. and how did i not see this yesterday?

    HAPPY (belated) THANKSGIVING, Nessa!

    so sorry to be a day late, my friend. please know the wishes come with as much sincerity i'd have extended (which would have been a lot) had i made it over here a day earlier! hope your day was grand, and the rest of this week is even better! : ) xox

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  9. cute, never heard of it before now.

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  10. hahaha!!! brilliant!

    happy day-after-t-day, nessa.

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  11. We are both veggies as are the kids, but we don't begrudge anyone their turkey on thanksgiving.

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  12. Sorry, I'm full. Couldn't eat another bite.

    Happy day-after-t-day!

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  13. That's a new term for me. I have thought about going vegetarian, but I got as far as not eating red meat.

    Reminds me of the 'toon turkey I saw that had a sign that said "Eat ham."

    Hope you had a good Thanksgiving.

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  14. LOL that's a funny one. Turn around fair play I would say. However being a traditional family we had turkey... ;)
    Happy day after ummmmmm.....turkey day.

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  15. I think that I will skip the Soylent green. Happy Thanksgving to you, Nessa. I wish you well with the National Novel writing event.
    Take care.

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  16. Happy Thanksgiving to you! Cute turkey.

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  17. Nice likeness, but I think I will pass on the Soylent Green also! Good movie, though. Happy Turkey Day, Nessa!

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  18. LMFAO! I love it!

    And you're up on the Refugee Weekend list.

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  19. I support every green fowl holiday.
    Have a wonderful holiday!

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  20. It's funnier if you saw the movie.

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  21. Hope you had a great thanksgiving.
    Er..Sorry--Is this what you meant br Gobbler? (forgive me--I am not so familiar with terms like this!)

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  22. I love it! So does word verifier -- or at any rate it loves YOU.

    shefabu

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  23. By soylent green do you mean soylent green?

    Thanks Ness, I needed that.

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  24. Now with 10% more Innuit goodness!

    Awesome turkey.

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  25. Happy Turkeyfest weekend, since I'm late.

    Great Tofurkery ad:)

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  26. Happy belated Thanksgiving! We don't do turkey in the Mutha homestead -- so your turley is especially funny -- especially with Charlton Heston etched in my mind as the screamer of the line....I'm not even sure if that is true -- and yet I can see his neckerchief as plain as day!

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  27. Does it taste like chicken?

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  28. Hahahaha absolutely brilliant. I love it.

    I'm a lil late, but happy two-days after turkey day :-P

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  29. Happy Belated Thanksgiving! Hope it went nice. :-)

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  30. Our turkey dinner was quite enjoyable, thank you! did I tell you the story of our daughter returning home a vegetarian. I didn't know what to do in my kitchen . Learning quickly we enjoyed one full year of vegetarian cooking. It was great fun and we lost weight and felt healier. Unfortunately the day she moved out to be on her own I made steak and potatoes and its been all down hill from there.lol
    "Happy belated green turkey wishes to you!"

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  31. Haha - you do have the best Thanksgiving illustrations for sure! Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving weekend.

    And good luck with NANOWRIMO!

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