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thanksgiving at the geek's house.

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i found these 11 hints that your thanksgiving host might be a geek.. feel free to add more as you think of them.

[SIZE=+0]Signs You're Having Thanksgiving Dinner with a Geek [/SIZE]

Dark meat is separated from white meat using a light probe.

Everyone mentions broadband, Linux or dual-core processors in their "I am thankful for..." speech.

A round of Counter-Strike: Source determines who gets to carve the turkey.

House decorated with plush microbes to celebrate the pilgrims bringing diseases to the new world.

Someone constantly keeps saying "The pilgrims had coffee, didn't they?"

Plates have a heatsink attached to them so you don't burn your mouth.

The cranberries are caffeinated.

Whipped cream for the pumpkin pie made with Dremel.

Three words: Lego gravy boat.

Pilgrim decorations have red hats instead of black ones.

The turkey is given the opportunity for a saving throw before being butchered.


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Everyone at the table knows the 'name of the stuff in turkey that makes you tired.' (tryptophan, btw :) )

The turkey is stuffed with cheetos.
 
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Shzar said:
Everyone at the table knows the 'name of the stuff in turkey that makes you tired.' (tryptophan, btw :) )

The turkey is stuffed with cheetos.
I saw on snopes.com that that was a lie about the trytophan, but I don't know.
 

Farceur

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instead of an actual turkey.

Turkey and cheese hot pockets.:happysad: