November 25th, 2021

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NaNoWriMo 2021! Day 41/Day 25

Advice: Get pep talks and feedback from other writers…and offer it in return. Sometimes connecting with other writers in a similar pickle (and when haven't we all been in the same ruts and quandaries at some point?) is an effective way of getting back to the words.

Prompt: In a stunning turn of events, the citizens of Florida have elected an actual, literal bird to Congress in the midterm elections. How did this happen, and how does it play out

Hawaii Five 0::team::Ohana

Thursday Tropes: Week 45

Let's pretend it isn't 3 minutes until Friday. lol

Happy Thanksgiving. Or Happy Thursday!

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This time around...A. FULL. YEAR. OF. TROPES!

Some Thursdays will have 2 tropes, some will have 3, but I think the majority will have 1 that's really popular.

Descriptions will be pulled from TV Tropes and a link provided if you want more information.

The rules? They're simple. Write at least 250 words or create 2 icons/1 banner. Anything from suggestive to outright porn is allowed.

This week, there is 1 trope!

Thanksgiving Turkey: Turkey is the most common meal eaten at Thanksgiving in the United States. Sometimes, this is taken a step further by having turkeys represent or symbolize Thanksgiving as a whole. The turkey in question (which can be either domesticated or wild) is almost Always Male, most likely because real-life male turkeys are both larger and more colorful than the females. As such, Tom is a common name for said turkeys.

Sub-Trope of Holiday Personification. Expect one or more of these turkeys to appear in a Thanksgiving Episode. Can also involve Let's Meet the Meat if the turkey does or does not want be eaten.

In the UK and Australia, Thanksgiving is not widely celebrated, and turkey is generally associated with Christmas.