So Thanksgiving has come and gone. It was fairly uneventful here. I cooked for myself, John and his brother. This year I didn’t go overboard so there wasn’t an insane amount of leftovers. In fact almost everything is gone by now. Normally I make a turkey breast-in-a-bag (Target’s is fool proof and so good!), however I am not a huge turkey fan and what isn’t eaten normally gets tossed. I do like meatloaf though, so I made a turkey meatloaf using a Rachel Ray recipe. It was amazing and is just about gone as I type this. Next year, assuming the house is finally in good shape, I am contemplating hosting a dinner since I have so many friends in the area now. Well not that many, but enough that we could have them over and it would remain low-maintenence, except for John’s brother of course.
Thanksgiving night John wanted to watch “Godzilla,” so I put it in. However I had to tune it out as his brother wouldn’t shut up as usual. He had to talk about why the rocks were wrong, how the fins on Godzilla’s back were not to aid in swimming but for balance, so on and so forth. The irony is when I saw the film in the theater I ended up with an older couple behind me who wouldn’t shut the hell up either. “Oh it’s Juliette Binoche, I love her!” “Well that part didn’t last long at all.” “Oh what’s the name of that flower, I adore those flowers.” “Is that Godzilla? It doesn’t look like Godzilla.” Ahhhhhhhh! I remember leaving the theater at one point to breath and calm down. While outside a woman was heading back in from the bathroom, saw me and said “I wanna kill them too.” Seriously, people need to STFU sometimes.
So to wrap this post up, I realized I forgot to celebrate Thanksgiving with “Turkey Lurkey Time.” Unfortunately I’m running out of options to share. I guess I need to motivate to learn the dance and make my own video. Until then, enjoy last year’s “Glee” mash-up of “Let’s Have A Kiki” and “Turkey Lurkey Time.”