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    ad5ly is offline Senior Member
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    Smile Thangsgiving Day - no problem

    He we are again with Thanksgiving Day 2 days away. I plan to take that day off - with no training, and no restriction on what I eat or how much. I will enjoy the day with family and relatives and I will place no limits on myself. I want to get through THE day with no regrets - because this SINGLE day is a planned failure event and is soley for my enjoyment with no thoughts of self improvement or betterment. Doing it any other way only diminshes the celebration of the day. But when the dinner dishes are washed and put away and leftovers stored (the leftovers are not for me but other family members) and I have a few final shots of whisky its time for bed - and I know that tommorrow its time to get serious again. Thangsgiving is a ONE day event as far as eating is concerned. Thats why I feel no angst about it. Same with Christmas as it should be.

    No one day of overeating or stuffing yourself with too much food will make any difference in the big picture. The key is to limit it to ONE day. Enjoy the day and be thankful that you live in a country where you CAN eat like this because many others can't...Dennis

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    mattyg2787 is offline Member
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    Well said, while we don't have thanksgiving over here, no way in hell am I watching what I eat xmas day. Bring on the prawns, ham and all the other stuff.

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    danfaz is offline Senior Member
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    Yep, I will be shoveling as much chow in as I can hold!

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    ad5ly is offline Senior Member
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    Thought I would bump this. Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners are ONE DAY EATING EVENTS. Its Thanksgiving Day not Thanksgiving Week. Enjoy the holidays and eat your full measure on that day. Criminy!.. eat everything! but do not extend the eating beyond that day. We live in a GREAT COUNTRY - America. And President Trump is doing due diligence to making America more fantastically GREAT AGAIN. We are so blessed. God bless America and be thankful over the holidays...Dennis

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