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Madea’s Thanksgiving Rules and Regulations

My sister forwarded an email to me and I just wanted to share it with you.

If you are familiar with Tyler Perry’s movies, you will know who Madea is.

American Thanksgiving is tomorrow, so this is perfect timing.

Print and give copy to each guest that enters your home.

(10) RULES FOR THANKSGIVING DINNER AT MY HOUSE


1
. Don’t get in line asking questions about the food. “Who made the
potato salad? Is it egg in there? Are the greens fresh? Is the meat
in the greens turkey or pork? Who made the macaroni and cheese? What
kind of pie is that? Who made it? Ask one more question and I will
punch you in your mouth, knocking out all your fronts so you won’t be
able to eat anything.

2.
If you can’t walk or are missing any limbs, sit your ass down until
someone makes your plate for you. Dinner time is not the time for you to
be independent. Nibble on them damn pecans and walnuts to hold you over
until someone makes you a plate.

3.
If you have kids under the age of twelve, I will escort their
little asses to the basement and bring their food down to them. They
are not gonna tear my damn house up this year. Tell them that they are
not allowed upstairs until it’s time for Uncle Butchie to start telling
family stories about their mammas and papas. If they come upstairs for
any reason except for that they are bleeding to death, I will break a
foot off in their asses!

4.
There is going to be one prayer for Thanksgiving dinner! JUST ONE!
We do not care that you are thankful that your 13 year old daughter gave
birth to a healthy baby or your nephew just got out of jail. Save that
talk for somebody who gives a damn. The time limit for the prayer is one
minute. If you are still talking after that one minute is up, you will
feel something hard come across your lips and they will be swollen for
approximately 20 minutes.

5.
Finish everything on your plate before you go up for seconds!
If you don’t, you will be cursed out and asked to stay your greedy ass home
next year!

6.
BRING YOUR OWN TUPPERWARE!! Don’t let me catch you fixing yourself
a plate in my good Tupperware knowing damn well that I will never see it
again! Furthermore, if you didn’t bring anything over, don’t let me
catch you making a plate period or it will be a misunderstanding.

7.
What you came with is what you should leave with!! Do not leave my
house with anything that doesn’t belong to you. EVERYBODY WILL BE
SUBJECTED TO A BODY SEARCH COMING AND GOING OUT OF MY DOMAIN!!!

8.
Do not leave your kids so you can go hopping from house to house.
This is not a DAYCARE CENTER ! There will be a kid-parent roll call every
ten minutes. Any parent that is not present at the time of roll call,
your child will be put outside until you come and get him or her. After
24 hours, I will call DHS on your ignorant ass!!

9.
BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM BEFORE YOU COME INTO TOWN!!
 There will be no sleeping over at my house! You are to come and eat dinner and take your ass home or to your hotel room. EVERYBODY GETS KICKED THE HELL OUT AT 11:00 pm. You will get a 15 minute warning bell ring.

10.
Last but not least! ONE PLATE PER PERSON!! This is not a soup kitchen. I am not trying to feed your family until Christmas dinner! You will be supervised when you fix your plate. Anything over the appropriate amount will be charged to you before you leave. There will be a cash register at the door. Thanks to Cousin Alfred and his greedy ass family, we now have a credit card machine! So VISA and MASTERCARD are now being accepted.
NO FOOD STAMPS OR ACCESS CARDS YET!

Source: Unknown

I am thankful for my friends and family and to all of you. Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends, family and fans.

Happy Thanksgiving

Thank you


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My First Photo Shoot!

I have my first photo shoot, ever, less than a week away, with Jayme Morrison-Purbs of Jayme Morrison Photography. For anyone who knows me, they can attest that I am more comfortable behind the camera than in front of it.

Whenever there is a family function or get together with my friends, I am the official photographer. Someone always had to say “let me take a picture of you”.

Anyways, since I have booked this shoot, I have changed my outfit so many times. I’m not sure if I should wear a sweater dress, skirt, boots or pumps. So many choices (I love fall/winter fashion). Now I know what brides feels like before an engagement shoot!

Here’s a picture of one of the numerous shoes I thought about wearing. Will this be my final choice? We (myself included) will have to wait and see.

Purple/Grey Pumps

Btw, Jayme, you have been forewarned!

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