Did your momma raise you right and make you the perfect, gracious, always-welcome Thanksgiving holiday guest? Thanksgiving is the ultimate dinner party, are you the ultimate invitee? What gift is appropriate for a Thanksgiving host you've never met? A bottle of wine. A flower bouquet . Oh no, I should bring a gift?. An assortment of fruit and cream tarts from a French bakery. What Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon is your favorite? They scare me; I'm afraid they'll crash. Snoopy and Woodstock. Spidey, of course!. I like the floats with the music more than the balloons. Thanksgiving is a football day, you... Never leave the La-Z-Boy and let others serve me. Plop down in front of the TV and tell stories of past Thanksgivings. Take the young ones outside and play tag football. Watch the games at home and show up only for the meal. You want to start a new Thanksgiving tradition, what is it? Sushi instead of turkey and fixings. Make a huge bonfire and set a table outdoors. Have it catered. A game of charades to show what everyone is thankful for. If Thanksgiving were a costume party, what would you go as? A turkey. A pilgrim. An Indian. My favorite quarterback. I don't do costume parties. You're planning a "destination vacation" for Thanksgiving; where to? Disneyland or somewhere fun!. To a country where they don't celebrate Thanksgiving. New York City for the Parade. To my mom and dad's. What's the most important thing about Thanksgiving? Spending time with family. Football. Really relaxing and eating great food. The long weekend. Shopping the day after. What do you think is the coolest thing about the history of Thanksgiving? Puritans brought beer to the first Thanksgiving. The Pilgrims invited Indians. Californian's eat more turkey than people in any other state. Only half the attending pilgrims survived one year after the first Thanksgiving. What's your idea of the perfect cornucopia? Baubles and jewels. What's a cornucopia?. Candy, candy, and more candy. Fruit, nuts, dried herbs - stuff I can use on Thanksgiving. Beer and those little bottles of booze they serve on airplanes. What is the first image that pops into your mind when you think about Thanksgiving? Big table of turkey and all the sides. Cool, quiet fall days. Football. My family and friends. So many people... ugh.