Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Thanksgiving Attire
and Thoughts...
Who knew just a plain white dress shirt can be so hot! So are you old school T day? I remember the days when we used to get dressed up for Thanksgiving. It was a bit more formal when I was younger and I suppose it is still a very formal dinner for some. You know..... dress to the nines....set the dinning room...table linens...using your best china and such... Excuse me Arnie but could you pass the me the Waterford gravy boat please? I do wish we had a formal dining room in our home as I would be doing this every year and it would be all so traditional and well....so gay!!! I don't think I have to elaborate do I .... Just call me Rad Homo Dean or Stewart please.....Anyways of course it has become much more casual through the years....at least for our family it has. I do look forward to the holiday as I love the camaraderie of it all...the eating, drinking, visiting and such...its like the opening event party to the season of many gatherings and get togethers. This year I find it more important than ever with my moms sickness and with the recession which seems to have everyone on edge.

I am just hoping my newly single sister brings some hot guy to our T-day festivities. Preferably one that looks like this above.....He can wear his dress shirt and forget the pants....phew! It getting hot in here!

7 comments:

Paul Benjamin said...

I prefer the more laid back Thanksgiving day. I usually wears jeans and a nice sweater. You can't wear something too tight because you need to eat! A lot!!!

Plus, it's a day to lounge around with family/friends, and I don't think of lounging around when I am all dressed up...

Michael Rivers said...

I never want my sister to bring home a guy that is too hot. I think that would be HELL! I'd end up trying to seduce him.

Deep Dish said...

Where are you getting all these delicious photos? I must know! :)

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Stan said...

Talk about informal. I go to my Sisters house where we all eat off of plastic plates! The theme is called "thanksgiving in New Jersey!" I guess. LOL!

Mark in DE said...

Whoa, that guy in the white shirt is HOT!!

Happy Turkey day.

Adam said...

Hey Rad, I hope Thanksgiving turns out to be everything you wish for! And I hope your sister knows how to share!!!

Adam (mrelife.blogspot.com)

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