With special guest stars like Noah and Mira of the Eyes, Carol Burnett, Betty White, Harvey Korman, and Paul Lynde!
(Disclaimer: The latter four have not confirmed that they will show up, and I'm being told that Harvey Korman and Paul Lynde are dead so don't get your hopes up.)
Yes it's Thanksgiving and, as it as has been for the last 3 years, I am quite thankful that I am alive and have a roof over my head.
Mostly the roof over my head.
I've really had to debate the whole being alive thing from time to time.
But as I've said many, many times before, I certainly do not mind the company. Even if there is the possibility that they may kill me at any moment.
As for the dinner, I can proudly say that the three of us managed to cook up a full course Thanksgiving dinner without burning down the place. I noticed that Mira seemed to be off and certainly not as invested in everything as Noah and I (granted analyzing a masked girl is difficult). At the dinner table, Noah mentioned that since the Eyes come from all different parts of the world they didn't really celebrate Thanksgiving, or most holidays for that matter since they were almost always working. I can only assume that a holiday like this is a little foreign to Mira, although it certainly doesn't keep her from scarfing down a home cooked meal.
Oh by the way, I should have known better than to expect Mira to take her mask off for the meal. I'd tell you how she managed to eat with it on but I am sworn to secrecy.
Afterwards it was a night of video games; Rock Band, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and another handful of games.
So what else have I learned from this Thanksgiving?
-Mira is really fond of my sweetened basil carrots.
-You can't go wrong with chocolate pie.
-Mira has a lovely singing voice.
-I will always kick ass as King Dedede. ALWAYS!!!
-Noah is a sore loser (You. Are. Dead.)
-For trained killers, fighting games are not their forte (DEAD!)
-A good meal can bring out the humanity in every one.