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When we were kids, on Thanksgiving we would watch football on TV whether we wanted to or not.
We watched football and put our dollars in on the betting pool. Gotta learn to gamble early.
Bgrant wrote:TACKLE Football!
Played with dad, until he got mad at us beating his a$$, then we mowed the lawn...while he drank beer and watched...
We went hiking, football is for wimps, if a bear attacks there ain't a reff alive that could stop it.
Shoot a man in Reno just to watch him die.
Played nothing; watched Clint Eastwood movies all day.
dtierce wrote:When we were kids, on Thanksgiving we would watch football on TV whether we wanted to or not.
Our Thanksgiving is still like that.
We went to Grandma's and Grandpa's and played in the street. They lived in a brownstone, but the basement was all dining room. My dad was one of six, so there had to be close to 30 of us for dinner. No TV, no football on concrete.
Thanksgiving and Christmas we'd go to a local field and have a full game involving several families of kids only (college included).
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