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Old 01-01-2020, 12:00 AM   #1
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Cheers everyone!

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Old 01-01-2020, 12:36 AM   #2
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Happy New Year...guess we’re the only ones doing nothing tonight.
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Happy New Year...guess we’re the only ones doing nothing tonight.
Seems like it. Or everyone is asleep already...

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Happy New Year to you guys as well. Was asleep by 10 PM. Looks like we made it to the New Year so congratulations and enjoy the quiet that usually comes with January 1 each year. Now back to the Citrus Bowel. Roll Tide.
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Any New Years Day traditional food?
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Any New Years Day traditional food?
Does normal food count because its a tradition to eat on new years day?

If not, then my traditional food is pizza...
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Ham, black eyed peas and greens, mimosas, and moose munch coffee.
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I did the black eye peas, collard greens and pork cutlets.
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Whiting last night with seafood scampi.

Lentils and pork for new years day!

...and jalapeno cornbread because
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Azuki beans.......
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How about food poisoning from Subway. Wife and I both got sick with 4 grandsons over for the night.
I won't forget this one for awhile.


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How about food poisoning from Subway. Wife and I both got sick with 4 grandsons over for the night.
I won't forget this one for awhile.


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What did you eat?
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Shared a tuna sandwich. When I mentioned it to my son, he knew exactly where we bought it.


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Shared a tuna sandwich. When I mentioned it to my son, he knew exactly where we bought it.


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Did you let them know it made you sick?


Did they offer you free food?


That always makes me question their logic.
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My wife was calling today but I'll skip the "free food"
Your meal sure looks good. My wife is from Santa Cruz, sure miss fresh sea food.


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Your meal sure looks good. My wife is from Santa Cruz, sure miss fresh sea food.


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Yeah, I have people tell me they got sick someplace and then follow up with they get gift certificates to eat there again..... Not me bro!




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