Sunday, November 23, 2008

Turkey Day is Coming!

Turkey Day is coming y'all!  (I know, I know, thanks for stating the obvious TSD, no problem, it's my pleasure! [super bonus points if you know the restaurant reference])  This will be the first year that I won't see my family for Turkey Day (cue sad, "awww" from the crowd) but it's okay.  I'll see them for 10 days during winter break...that more than makes up for it.  This year I am getting together with my gay posse and having dinner together as one big dysfunctional homo family.  I'm stoked.  I mean if I can't be with my actual family, I might as well be with my big gay family, right?  I have a sneaking suspicion that it might actually be better...but don't tell my parents....(they'll find out anyways....CUZ I KNOW YOU READ THIS!!!!!!!!  That's right peoples, I'm calling you out on reading my blog and not ever commenting or acknowledging it on the phone!)  Anyhoo, for me Turkey Day (by the way, it's never called Thanksgiving in my house, but always Turkey Day) is all about some parade action..Disney Parade, Macy's Parade, parades, parades, parades, and a football game that I will watch but not really care about...I'll be thinking about the parades earlier, and good food later...Turkey Day Y'all....it's coming....quicker than Christmas....

5 comments:

sheA said...

Jersay - got me stumped on the restaurant reference- is it national- or strickly East Coaster?? Yeah for homo posse Turkey day....go football!!!! go parades....go turkey- I'm talkin food- not you ...Waaaa Waaa WaAAAaaaaaaa- g'nite now

Carolyn said...

I want to have Turkey Day dinner with a dysfunctional homo family! I'm jealous!

But aww for missing your family!

sheA said...

Postus Scriptus

I woke up this morning to snow, huh, guess Christmas is right around the corner. Gotta go get my gay snowpants on....

NOT really, that was just a gayass joke.

Sabrae said...

ehhhhhh im partial to holidays! :)

The Surprise Dyke said...

Shea--the restaurant reference is .......drumroll please....Chik-Fil-A. They are required to say, "It's my pleasure" when they help you. Not "you're welcome" or "no problem" Nope, it has to be "it's my pleasure." Weird....but it makes you feel kinda special...until you know...then not so much...because then you know that it's not really their pleasure, it's a forced statement!