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Re: Italian Christmas Eve

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We open presents and stuff on Christmas morning, then we have a turkey dinner.


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Re: Italian Christmas Eve

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canadaman1 wrote:
We open presents and stuff on Christmas morning, then we have a turkey dinner.


You sound German


Where did that come from? I'm 100% Irish.
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Re: Italian Christmas Eve

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stikshift5 wrote:


canadaman1 wrote:
We open presents and stuff on Christmas morning, then we have a turkey dinner.


You sound German


Where did that come from? I'm 100% Irish.


Nowhere.
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Re: Italian Christmas Eve

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So, today's Christmas Eve. My family celebrate it more than the actual holiday. We have fried calamari, fried shrimp, and linguine that are all going to be covered in a spicy clam sauce for me. There's also a lot of other Italian side dishes and deserts, including cannolis! The best is just having all my relatives around.

What are your Christmas traditions?


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sounds like my faimly lol i hate the fish tho
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Re: Italian Christmas Eve

Dec 25, 2006
I had a fairly italian evening.  We didn't go all out seafood though.
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Re: Italian Christmas Eve

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stikshift5 wrote:
So, today's Christmas Eve. My family celebrate it more than the actual holiday. We have fried calamari, fried shrimp, and linguine that are all going to be covered in a spicy clam sauce for me. There's also a lot of other Italian side dishes and deserts, including cannolis! The best is just having all my relatives around.

What are your Christmas traditions?


Message Edited by stikshift5 on 12-24-2006 01:29 PM

No traditions, but ive been meeting a lot of hot italian chicks this year lol
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Re: Italian Christmas Eve

Dec 25, 2006
i heard spagetti grows on trees,is this true? and the original meatballs wear made out of dogs or cats i forget. merry xmas.


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