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Happy Turkey Day
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,833
    Thanksgiving blessings to all.

    As we enter the Holiday seasons of many cultures and faiths, let us act to find commonality of spirit and purpose. Great vibes guys!

  • Edit
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    Yep I'm thankful for this community of mostly guys that seek to expand their horizons and are willing to share on a level not necessarily common of the male gender. It is such a great place to learn, share and grow. Even my wife respects my aneros buds and appreciates the advancements in practice and techniques I've been able to garner!!

    Thanks guys and have a great one. Maybe if you're lucky the turkey won't be the only thing being gobbed up this weekend!!!!! Breathe, relax and enjoy!
  • BusterBuster
    Posts: 953
    Nicely said by both. We have a great place to learn and be open here. I hope everyone enjoys themselves now and through the holidays.
  • Drumstiiiiiiick meeeeeaaaaat!!!
  • [QUOTE=Buster;92983]Nicely said by both. We have a great place to learn and be open here. I hope everyone enjoys themselves now and through the holidays.image

    That's really what I love about this place, and that's why I keep coming back. I can enjoy myself and post without embarrassment.
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,833
    [QUOTE=cyrez;93010]So now is thanksgiving huh? cool, it felt like it was just yesterday it was halloween. And then there is the thing with the black friday? does it always happen on thanksgiving? Sorry, the american hollidays is a little bit confusing (bear in mind that a big deal of the people on this forum isn't american and doesn't know what thanksgiving or halloween is =)
    I'm curious and have a little clue what it is though, is that a christian holliday?

    Thanksgiving -- (an official secular holiday, however some churches hold prayer services) A November feast celebrating abundance in the fall harvest and giving thanks for one more year of survival in the 'New World' (North America).
    Black Friday -- (not a holiday -- just the Friday at the start of the Christmas gift buying season) - A chaotic celebration hosted by merchants to entice gift shoppers into the marketplace. Classically, the point in the year when the average business sees all gross making it to the bottom line. All gross profits before that were probably consumed in paying overhead, salaries, taxes, rent, etc. Word 'black' denotes color of ink on financial statement as opposed to 'red' indicating a loss. There you got it -- capitalism and greed made easy.
    Halloween -- (not an official holiday. A lighthearted secular celebration of things fun and comic in parody of death or ghoulish. People dress in costume. Kids go door-to-door soliciting small gifts -- usually of candy. Later, adults dress in costume, party and attempt to "exchange body parts." This is the secular celebration associated with All Hallows Day and All Saints Day, .