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Enjoy some fine dining, indulge in social chit chat, meet and greet relatives who will give you useless advice (mostly) and meet the hot neighbour next door who you have been eyeing for the past few weeks.
And......keep your chin up for B-school applications..
and please dont post anything tomorrow..unless you are so addicted to this site that gmatclub comes # 1 in priority over family.
Happy Thanksgiving, all! Just made my never-fail chocolate mousse and put it in the fridge for tomorrow...the turkey is basking in a delicious dry rub...fresh bread cubed for the stuffing...
Everybody have fun and enjoy the tryptophan-induced naps! _________________
How do you like your F4? Just curious: How much does it cost to maintain that thing?
Praet.. its a wonderful bike for racing but a miserly piece of crap on city streets.. drinks fuel like an alcoholic, heats up like an Italian seeing mini skirts (no offense to Italians here.. take it as a compliment)...and suspension is too hard for city roads.. u can feel every bump..
its utter fun on the mountain roads... the maintainence costs are actually as comparable to Japanese bikes (I have a Yamaha R1 also)... but spare parts are the killer...
PM me if you want to know some more details..
I made my Thanksgiving dish today... inspired by the movie Ratatouille, I made "Emincé de Volaille sauce Roquefort - Pommes de terre sautées" or in English - thinly sliced fillet of chicken with Roquefort sauce with sautéed potatoes .....heavenly....
happy thanksgiving everyone! Yes, I'm the sad one who's still posting on Thanksgiving day, but to my defense, days don't mean much here in Peru, hee hee.
Go get some turkey for me. I'll probably eat some more Peruvian delicacies tonight, haha.
Thank you Praet and all the other "2nd years" who have stayed around to help us! Also thank you to all the peers who have helped each other through this rough R1 season of 2008. We will all continue to battle in December for R2 and keep supporting each other until we all get in!
http://blog.ryandumlao.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/IMG_20130807_232118.jpg The GMAT is the biggest point of worry for most aspiring applicants, and with good reason. It’s another standardized test when most of us...