are you a vegetarian mojo?
Originally Posted by Company Picnic
i was joking buddy
no turkey love on the nhc?
christmas can't come fast enough.
hehe, the english don't do that, shame. seems like a half decent excuse for a holiday and some good food
Wait a minute, why do you have to wait for the holidays if you like turkey?
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Random trivia time.
In Japan, many households order a bucket of chicken from KFC for Christmas. Most of this is due to a marketing campaign ("Chicken for Christmas") by KFC, maybe to mirror the whole Christmas turkey routine eaten in America. Turkeys aren't bred in Japan and aren't really a popular food or something, I guess. Kind of weird to think of KFC for Christmas.
Japan's Christmas is more of a romantic holiday I hear than the one celebrated in Western countries, from my understanding.
I'm sure you won't be able to look at a bucket of chicken the same way again.
my brain is beeping off the buzzer here, I've got to kill tony crazbna.
Avatars are overrated.
But it's really because I can't find one.
Must...stop...playing...Guitar Hero...! Must...get...to...sleep!
TYRANT T. TABBY: WAAAAAAAKE UP!!!!!! (and buy me a bucket of KFC....WHITE MEAT...NOW!)
TYRANT T. TABBY: I second Mojo's response....KFC....WHITE MEAT....HUGE BUCKET...NOW! NOW! NOW!
SBBED .D: Forget it...you had homemade roast chicken for dinner last night!
For some reason I've got a hankerin' for Indian food.
Indian as in Tonto from the 'Lone Ranger' or Indian as in Apu Nahasapeemapetilon?
Indian as in Apu Nahasapeemapetilon.
You're more adventurous than I am....I'm a spice wuss.
Oh really? Nothing beats an Indian hot lamb vindaloo. My mouth is watering as I type.
EDIT: Bit of naan bread, forget about it...
I can't say that I've ever had Indian food, seems interesting though.