Happy St George's day to all. Although I'll have to embarassingly admit that I forgot it was st georges day today!
Have a wonderful day! Will there be feasting and roses?
I'll give you guys three guesses to guess my first name!!!!!!
Yay, its my saints day..................shouldnt I be getting presents or something.
Yes GO is a proper shortening of George. George Washington, often signed his name with it.
Hope you day is special too!
Well as you can see by this thread its isn't celebrated by many and there are no real formal festivities so I doubt there will be feasting :(
I wore my Union Jack cufflinks at work. 2 people noticed.
What the face is St. George's Day?
He was some dude who killed a dragon! A DRAGON!
NO feasting? Well that just can't happen. So, I will roast a giant Turkey, set out a trencher table of all manor of wonderful things to eat!
All are welcome to come...feasting begins at 6 PM.
I intend to roast a giant lizard in honor of SG.
Do you serve roasted Komodo Dragon with red or white wine?
Whos St george? Ohhh yeah ---> he is from Georgia...
Happy your saint day, shame (maybe you are) not called George then it could also be your name day too
Union Jack, on Saint George day?
Obviously I meant Cross of St George. Well spotted!
Glad you meant that, because I could hear St Andrew screaming in the background
I would go for a red one with a rosey blush, sense the rose is the flower of the day. Its just so hard to find good dragon these days, enjoy!
hey, Frylock, I made you a sweater. :tongue2:
Wow......a sweater.....made out of.....pine cones?? Thanks Meatwad??
Fresh-killed dragon must be gutted, rinsed out, and hung until the skin feels about to slip off the carcass, or the meat isn't fit to eat. Cooks have been banished for failing to properly time the aging of the carcass to coincide with the feast. There is no wine that can properly be served with dragon - only ale or (in the 5-star castles) spiced mead. How has our culinary knowledge slipped to this low ebb? Next, someone will claim that unicorn is best served fresh-killed grilled with a dry rub, garnished with capers!!:yuck:
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