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Any other guys cook X-mas dinner???????


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BB will be your best friend forever if you give him some Jack Daniels Pecan Pie. Hold the Pecan and the Pie of course.
I prefer Southern Comfort and Mountain Dew. The offical Redneck drink can also be done while listening to the Redneck National Anthem,

Sweet Home Alabama!!!!!!:biggrin:

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baaaaahahaha. i made a crab, spinach artichoke bread dip and nick made the two oreo cookie cheesecakes. oh.. i made a birthday cake for Jesus too :)

I don't want to think about when I have to make the turkey, the ham, the blah blah blah blah blah....

oorrrr maybe I'll just keep going to other people's houses for dinner for the rest of my life :) then I don't have the mess to clean up either!!!!!!

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I prefer Southern Comfort and Mountain Dew. The offical Redneck drink can also be done while listening to the Redneck National Anthem,

Sweet Home Alabama!!!!!!:biggrin:

SO-CO and Mountain Dew?? Never thought of those two together..:elvis:.. Now if I just wasn't trying to cut back on my Mountain Dew habit!! :aargh:

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We do X-mas eve for about 30 family members in true Italian fashion and wrap up things at mid-night. Fortunately all of the ladies clean up everything before they leave. Although I actually prefer holding it at my house that going to someone elses house.

However putting presents together when you are still quite inebriated is...... interesting!

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