For our international members who don't celebrate Thanksgiving, or know how Americans celebrate it, it goes something like this:
The whole family gets together at the losing members' home. Then the female family members work in the kitchen for four hours while the male family members watch the pre-game commentator cleverness on TV in the living room. The meal is then served, and then the male family members go back to the living room and fall asleep in front of the football game.
Serious, Thanksgiving is a lot of fun, and I thought we could all get into the spirit by carving a virtual turkey (carving the virtual pumpkin last month proved to be a dud).
So dress up a turkey! Do anything you lie to artistically embellish the illustration. Carve it, add to the table, add cranberry sauce or a really large knife, add a pilgrim hat--you get the idea.
Go for it! No guidelines to speak of this month, and first prize will be a new PowerBook.
Last edited by Gare
on Wed Nov 01, 2006 9:53 am, edited 1 time in total.
I xeroxed a mirror. Now I have an extra xerox machine.