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11/30/13 11:00 A

My husband and I spent Thanksgiving with friends and holy cow did we break this rule! Spent almost the whole dinner talking about gluten free! However, it didn't cause any fights. All interesting stuff (although I admittedly still enjoy my gluten very much, ha!)

11/30/13 10:39 A

Ha! They would all fall over dead if this were invoked. emoticon

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (101,646)
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11/30/13 8:15 A

Wow I am keeping that for the upcoming Christmas holidays....thanks!

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11/30/13 7:54 A

Sounds like a great rule!

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11/29/13 6:51 P

Sounds great to me

QUEEN-EYDIE Posts: 10,834
11/29/13 6:45 P

I like it!

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11/29/13 4:55 P

Never heard of it but sounds like a great idea.

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11/29/13 4:54 P

I actually thought you were discussing like no messes at table. haha. I have not heard of this. I really liked it.

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11/29/13 12:23 P

I heard about the no "DRIP" rule and used it for Thanksgiving dinner for over twenty opinionated people and it was great! These are the topics we did not discuss at dinner:

Has anyone else used this, maybe even unintentionally? Did it work for you? What do you think of this "rule"/

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