As many as my belly can handle.Just one, I have to maintain my size for Black Friday shopping.I hardly get a chance to eat with everyone. I'm always prepping for the next meal!I tend to be the last at the table - I talk too much.One loaded plate. If I get up for seconds, I might miss the game!
Do grocery stores have black Friday sales?As many as possible. Gotta get all the Christmas shopping done!Hardly any. There's always something to be done.A few. I try my best but it's difficult to find time with all the people I talk to.Zero. It's game day!
Zero. I'd be a terrible host. Snacking and snoozing are my favorite Thanksgiving traditions.Never. I like to visit other people's homes for Turkey Day- much better shopping options in their town.My house doesn't have enough space in the kitchen or dining room for all the food that needs to be made.Always! I love to have everyone over. I don't really enjoy traveling, and I find my house best fit for everyone.As long as there's a big screen TV and comfy couch, I don't care if I stay or go for Thanksgiving.
I'll cut the turkey, but it won't be perfect. That just means I get through the food line first.That's not my area of expertise. I leave that to the chef.You can call me the turkey professional.I'd be happy to do it, but I may get a bit distracted with all the chatter.I don't have time to cut food for everybody. It's bad luck if I don't watch every second of the game!
I go where the food and comfy chairs are. So I'll probably end up watching a couple.Maybe one. You can usually find me with my laptop and newspapers searching for good shopping deals.None. From morning until dark, I'm in the kitchen.I'll watch a couple if everyone else is.All of them. I gotta check on my fantasy team.
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You're all about relaxing and making sure no food goes to waste. You opt for comfy casual in order to ensure that major snacking doesn't cause discomfort. You maintain your mingling with everyone but only when everyone is in the room that the appetizers are in. It's every food lovers favorite holiday!
This time of year means serious business for you. Christmas is approaching and all presents need to be bought at a bargain price. You spend your Thanksgiving day researching the deals and cutting the coupons that will get you the biggest bang for your buck. Sure, you mingle with everyone and have a good time, but in the back of your mind you are making mental lists of all the "must grabs." Get the coffee pot going, it's gonna be a long night.
You are the Turkey Day connoisseur in this family. Your day is spent working in the kitchen with the helpers. You all still have a great time, but multitasking is key. You drink, laugh and share stories as you prepare the largest, yummiest meal of the season.
Every year you warn the neighbors and blow up the air mattresses around this time. You have the most amount of space, best location or a combination of the two. Everyone feels at home. You have no problem inviting the whole gang over for the holiday, and you love to see everyone together. The turkey cutting may not always be your job, but chatting with all of the family definitely is.
Some people see Thanksgiving as a day to dress up, use the dining room for a formal dinner and sip some wine while chatting about old stories. Not to you. Today is a day filled with finger food, fantasy football and non stop ESPN. You would help but that would require leaving the room and missing an important play. Of course, you take commercial and half time breaks but then it is back to the TV.