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Last Thanksgiving, my family flew in to come to my sisters house for a thanksgiving dinner. We were all sitting down to eat but we suddenly smelled something burning! Everyone ran to the kitchen and w
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Thanksgiving train wreck

posted at 7/30/2010 4:20 AM EDT
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Last Thanksgiving, my family flew in to come to my sisters house for a thanksgiving dinner. We were all sitting down to eat but we suddenly smelled something burning! Everyone ran to the kitchen and we realized the mashed potatoes were completely burnt! Over the commotion of the potatoes, the turkey was getting cold so when we finally sat down and started eating, it was ice cold. We ended up putting slices of turkey in the microwave. After we ate, the grownups started to clean up while the kids went off to play. When everything was clean, it was time for pie. But the problem was, the pie was nowhere to be found! Everyone thought my mother made it but she thought that my sister was making it! We ended up going to the store and buying pies. That was our family thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving train wreck

posted at 7/30/2010 12:24 PM EDT
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First: 8/16/2008
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You'll remember that Thanksgiving for a long time.

Thanksgiving train wreck

posted at 7/30/2010 1:34 PM EDT
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First: 9/9/2008
Last: 10/1/2010
Loved your memory. You will likely understand why my kids have re-named my corn pudding as "set-off-the-fire-alarm-corn pudding" after one smokey Easter dinner. Then there was the time that my mom was making the Thanksgiving pie, and for some odd reason, she set it down on my grandma's front porch as she was picking her up at her house. In less than 5 minutes there, a stray dog came up on the porch and consumed the whole thing (it WAS covered, too!). So I can really relate to your memory! LOL!!

Thanksgiving train wreck

posted at 7/31/2010 1:57 AM EDT
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First: 3/28/2010
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Thanksgiving is always hectic! Everyone expects a "Norman Rockwell" holiday, but it usually is far from that! The important thing is your family was all together to enjoy the holiday.

Thanksgiving train wreck

posted at 7/31/2010 2:03 AM EDT
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Last: 12/5/2011
Ha Ha Ha Sounds sooo familiar. Now you too have a memory that will be laughed about in a year or two and from then on.

Thanksgiving train wreck

posted at 7/31/2010 3:35 AM EDT
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Very funny and I can relate

Thanksgiving train wreck

posted at 7/31/2010 12:24 PM EDT
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First: 4/20/2009
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SO NICE TO SHARE YOUR PIE WITH A POOR HUNGRY STRAY. LOL
I AM SURE YOUR PIE WAS JUST GREAT, BUT I HOPE THE POOR HUNGRY DOG DIDN'T GET SICK.

Thanksgiving train wreck

posted at 7/31/2010 12:28 PM EDT
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THIS REPLY IS TO JUDY:
ITS NICE OF YOUR MOM TO SHARE HER PIE WITH A POOR HUNGRY STRAY, LOL... I AM SURE HER PIE WAS GREAT. I HOPE THE POOR HUNGRY DOG DIDN'T GET SICK. BUT HE SURE HAD A NICE THANKSGIVING.

Thanksgiving train wreck

posted at 7/31/2010 10:14 PM EDT
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Very cute story!

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