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#1 Katya

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Posted 18 December 2015 - 09:59 AM

I got this on my mail today and it's pretty much the only thing I care about Christmas (online surveys know me so well).
 

 

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies may be included)?

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

6. And drink?

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?



#2 Elindoril

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Posted 18 December 2015 - 10:33 AM

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

 

A stuffed dead bird. Delicious meat.

 

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

 

I don't think Canada has traditional food? Kinda like England except not as posh.

 

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

 

Cook...ing? My mom does it all, lol.

 

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies not included)?

 

HAM.

 

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

 

Motherfucking eggnog. Wish it was sold all year like minieggs are now.

 

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

 

Christmas cake. Fruit cake.

 

6. And drink?

 

All I drink is eggnog so no?

 

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?

 

Hell no. I'll take an eggnog related coma/death.



#3 Rocket

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Posted 18 December 2015 - 10:35 AM

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

We have dinner which is either Ham or Prime Rib

 

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

I don't know what is traditional? We have our own traditional foods -see above answer-

 

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

We prep and cook our own food for either immediate family or bigger family potluck

 

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies not included)?

Prime Rib

 

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

Water? I find eggnog disgusting. Although by Christmas I'm still enjoying pumpkin spice creamer in my coffee

 

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

Green beans? Idk do people eat those, my family does a casserole and I dislike it.

 

6. And drink?

Eggnog

 

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?

 

NORAGRETS! ROLL ME HOME



#4 Lollita

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Posted 18 December 2015 - 10:36 AM

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

Dinner on the 24th and lunch on the 25th.

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

I guess we follow the country traditions.

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

We cook everything.

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies not included)?

Stuffed chicken/turkey.

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

Don't have one lol.

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

The rice with raisins. 

6. And drink?

Don't have one.

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?

#noregrets haha.



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Posted 18 December 2015 - 11:34 AM

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

Turkey dinner my house on Christmas day and then boxing day turkey dinner again at grandparents

 

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

I think we just follow the countries traditions, except the drunk part, my family are all alcoholics

 

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

Cook everything

 

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies not included)?

Stuffing! (or my Grandmas casserole, it's delish)

 

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

Gingerale and cranberry juice for the longest time, until I realized I wasn't sick from eating too much food, I was just allergic to cranberries

 

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

Turnip, disgusting

 

6. And drink?

Eggnog

 

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?

#noregrets #thebeatisunleashed



#6 Katya

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Posted 18 December 2015 - 11:46 AM

I edited the OP, because... "no candies included"? Wtf was I thinking excluding the best part of this season festivities? I apologize for any trauma or offense. It was not my intention and I'll be severely punished.



#7 Ali

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Posted 18 December 2015 - 11:58 AM

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?
We have roast duck.
 
2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?
We have a roast dinner, although duck rather than turkey. We get abysmally drunk throughout the whole season.
 
3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?
I cook absolutely everything.
 
3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies not included)?
Pigs in blankets. I don't understand why they're not a year-round food.
 
4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?
I will live off scotch and champagne (not together).
 
5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?
Brussel sprouts. Urgh.
 
6. And drink?
Mulled wine, the smell of it makes me feel sick.
 
7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?
I don't really over-indulge so I never really feel anything.


#8 Amarillo

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Posted 18 December 2015 - 12:29 PM

 

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

Mmmm no, maybe roasted turkey? one xmas dinner was a meal from Mcdonalds... i was alone, in another country, stuck on an airport in Atlanta

 

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

in my country we dont have traditions xD and my family... neither. oh wait, in my country we drink something like eggnog 

 

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

always cook. 

 

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies may be included)?

cookies ! gingerbread houses too ! 

 

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

i dont have one

 

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

i hate "Pan de pascua" with candies fruits, in fact, i hate candied fruits ! grossssss ! 
ps: if you dont know what is pan de pascua, here is something at wikipedia 

https://en.wikipedia...i/Pan_de_Pascua

 

6. And drink?

Every fucking drink with alcohol is best, so, i dont have a least fav drink.

 

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?

Fuck summer body ! eat everything #YOLO (its summer here bitches. )



#9 Katya

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Posted 18 December 2015 - 02:58 PM

I relate to some of the things you wrote, as I'll eagerly demonstrate below.

 

 

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

Yep. Dinner on the 24th and lunch on the 25th.

 

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

We follow mostly Portuguese traditions, I guess. We have cod for dinner (on the 24th) with some steamed veggies, although it's not only consumed during this time of year. We eat a lot of shellfish too. At lunch on the 25th we usually have roasted turkey and duck.

This season is mostly an excuse for us to drink (not that we needed it). We have so many drinks it's insane. Mostly homemade fruit liqueurs, like Ginjinha (made with cherry, sugar and the most strong aguardente we can find) served in chocolate cups, Amarguinha or Amêndia Amarga, made with almonds. Pear, apple, grape liqueurs are also common.

 

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

Everything is homemade.

 

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies may be included)?

Definitely the turkey and the duck. And almost every single dessert (we have dozens probably more close to a hundred).

 

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

Ginjinha with those amazing chocolate cups and the Amarguinha.

 

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

CRYSTALLIZED FRUIT. I don't even understand why such thing exists. It makes no sense why people like this abomination, and definitive measures should be taken to spare the world of this mutation.

 

6. And drink?

Champagne. I'm glad we don't have it as a tradition in this house.

 

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?

No regrets. I see this holiday as the perfect excuse to eat and drink everything all the time and not be mocked to do it like a man.



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Posted 18 December 2015 - 07:13 PM

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

We make breakfast casserole every year. My grandmother did it with nasty ass grits, but now that I'm an adult, I switched grits for hashbrowns and everyone is happy.

 

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

lol traditions #merica

 

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

cook it

 

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies may be included)?

peppermint anything

 

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

egg nog with rum

 

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

grits

 

6. And drink?

hot cocoa

 

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?

all of it



#11 Umi

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Posted 18 December 2015 - 09:41 PM

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

• Yes, here in home we have always lunch or dinner.

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

• What tradition? Watch Globo? No, thanks. I prefeer to donate basic cests for the hoboos.

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

:/ I don't cook or buy. My sweet grandma always do.

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies may be included)?

• "Rabanada". An candy bread.

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

• Coke.

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

• Litchi. That's very gross.

6. And drink?

• Hmmm, water? I only drink coke and champagne at Christmas xD

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?

• I don't give a fuck about how much I eat, but I care about the quality, of course. It's an one-time-year event, we should eat, eat, eat, get drunk and enjoy.

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Posted 19 December 2015 - 12:28 PM

1. Do you have any traditional lunch or dinner?

Sometimes we'll get Chinese/Asian food. Because I don't celebrate Christmas and Chinese/asian food places are one of the few places open on Christmas. 

2. Do you follow your country traditions or your family have their own traditional foods/drinks? If so, which ones?

I don't know if the US has an country traditions, and we don't really have traditions. We just eat whatever we want to. 

3. Do you cook all your food or just buy everything at last minute already prepared?

Usually it's a mix, unless we go out. 

3. What's your favourite Christmas food (candies may be included)?

Cookies because I like icing

4. What's your favourite Christmas drink?

Gingerbread latte. If the pumpkin spice latte doesn't count. 

5. What's your least favourite (as in, you absolutely hate it and it should be eradicated from existence) Christmas food?

Peppermint. 

6. And drink?

Haven't had a ton of drinks, so I don't really dislike anything that I know of. 

7. After the festivities, do you regret the quantity and quality of food/drinks you shove down your throat or #yolo an #noregrets all the way?

Nope, as we don't have big dinners. 





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