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Your girlfriend’s family. Your friends. Clooney.
Odds are, at some point in your life, one of these will invite you to Thanksgiving. (Even better odds if the last two are redundant.)
And there you’ll be, ready to make small talk and compliment the hell out of some casserole, when you’ll hear it: a polite question that’s really more of a demand. Would you like to carve the turkey?
The answer, of course, is yes. But unless you come prepared, things could go horribly wrong.
At least somebody is getting a boost from the outgoing Bush administration, even if they happen to be in Istanbul.
After the hilarious shoe attack, Bloomberg is reporting that a Turkish firm called Baydan Shoes is facing overwhelming global demand for the Ducati 271, the model name of the fateful presidential projectile or, as it will henceforth be known, the “Bush Shoe.”
As presidential legacies go, he could do a lot worse. At least it’s not a croc.
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