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yummy yummy...

and now to finish that stupid essay due tomorrow.
they should really ban tests and assignments that follow immediately after a holiday!:creep
 

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yeah the sleep turkey stuff. I have heard that too.

I had swiss chalet small turkey and rib combo today.

Yummy
 

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Because some of us came into work today, they had a bbq for us and seeing that we work in the Kitchener/Waterloo area, they bbq'd Oktoberfest sausages. It was actually pretty good, better then turkey, I'm not much of a turkey fan.
 

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I missed the turkey this year:cool THANK GOD!:toothy
I'll wait til X-Mas for my feed of cluck.:cigar
 

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The chemical is called Seratonin

Turkey happens to be high in an amino acid called tryptophan which acts as a precursor to the neurotransmitter serotonin. As tryptophan crosses the blood-brain barrier, it is converted to serotonin with the assistance of vitamins B6, B12 and folate. As serotonin levels increase, food cravings are curbed, pain tolerance increases, mood improves and the feeling of sleepiness sets in.
No wonder I passed out, 5 beer and seconds of turkey!:D
 
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