i like plaid furniture!
George squared, or cubed, or quadrupled!
Hey, it’s my father-in-law!
Wait…. oh no, oops, too young, too much hair, and still in an upright position. my bad.
looks very similar to me post- thanksgiving dinner
i’m anxious to see pictures of your tree 🙂
I recognize that look….
“I can’t believe I ate the whoooole thing….”
Hope everyone had a good weekend.
Well, he’s a lot less scary than the pig (shudder!).
Poor, poor George.
So glad the pig is gone.
I am not first!! George!!
i would have been happy to help with that stuffing – and the turkey ‘n all. i also like the shirt, george.. so much better than poor leta’s ;o)
Thinking:” Oh God, why did I eat ALL of Leta’s cheeks?”
Tryptophan overdose. I’ve seen it before. Nothing you can do except wait it out.
And he’s so young.
(But what happened to the beard?)
GEORGE: “Why didn’t someone TELL me that the pig thing was a table decoration and not another course of the meal!!”
In my excitment of being first, I didn’t get to really comment. I had that same look Thursday afternoon/night. That top-button-of-your-pants-unbuttoned, ate-way-more-than-my-belly-could-hold, in-a-turkey-induced-coma look. Fun!
I dunno, that looks more like the aftereffects of pumpkin pie, to me. But maybe I’m being swayed by his shirt.
mmm cornbread stuffing mmm…
Oh, George, I’ve been there. It’s not an entirely bad place to be. 🙂
When George taunted me by saying he was “going over to the Armstrongs tonight” I imagined a livelier time 😉
A stuffed George is much better than that holiday pig decoration. wow….
“Dooce: Now With More George!”
I actually dreamt that “the George” came to party with us on Thanksgiving.
Yay George!!! Hope you had a wonderful holiday! Thanks for always sharing with us.
Poor George, overdosing on the Turkey and fixins and being so young!
So glad the scary pig is gone.
Bad cornbread! Bad!
Ha! George, you rock.
george can’t believe he ate the whole thing.
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Nothing like turkey and football to make someone pass out. They should prescribe it for insomniacs. It works for me every time.
Perhaps we’re not giving ‘ol George enough credit here. Perhaps that’s the look of one who is quietly contemplating his will power and fortitude in staying AWAY from the cornbread this year. I think that photo should be our Thanksgiving moment of Zen……
Wow! I was going to not post until I could say something really meaningful and deep about something… meaningful.
My useless spice rack used to be an ironing board holder! I never knew that! I just thought people 60 years ago had some bizarre ideas about storage. Thanks to dooce, and her kitchen remodel, I now know why there is a totally useless little cupboard, right above a heating vent, ensuring that not only do I only have space for half my spices, they go stale in four months thanks to the wafting heat.
We always have to get our tree from the boyscouts… do they have boyscouts in Utah? Anyway you get a live tree and you support child labor.
GEORGE! Having a food coma. Nice. Happy Turkey Hangover, everyone!
Looks like Jorge is brewing a post-Thanksgiving turd. Full concentration is mandatory.
I don’t know. It could be the “Oh I wish I didn’t have so many relatives” look. I know it very well.
oh man. he looks like i did after two loaves of banana bread.
only i wouldn’t be caught dead in orange. so not my color.
You make the coolest thumbnails. Oh, good photo, too. Very evocative.
Still not first! Woohoo!
George..what the hell..you have to save room for leftovers!
And here I thought it looked like George was thinking, “Crap, here comes Heather with that damn camera again!” 🙂
I mean, GEORGE!
I mean, OF FRANCE!!!!!!!
George is cool.
George, looks like a giant stuffed Pumpkin.
Can I carve him? Can I?
my throat freakin hurts yo