Brevity shares its comic strip showing nerds and geeks with their prom dates.
Neatorama shares "25 Horrifying Thanksgiving Turkey Cakes" -- "Apparently on Turkey Day, people across the United States/U.S. feel the need to make cakes that look like, you guessed it: turkeys!
Digg shares a MSNBC article: "The average American eats 17.6 pounds of turkey per year, more than double the figure for 1970, according to the National Turkey Federation. To feed the growing appetite, some 273 million turkeys will be raised in the United States in 2009, and a good number of them will be consumed on Thanksgiving, after which many Americans will loll about, overstuffed, sleepy and in many cases intoxicated.
Neatorama shares a photograph/photo. collections, with explainations, showing Internet cat costumes
Boing Boing shares a short mental_floss blog that answers "what happens to the losing team's championship shirts" -- "... After a big game in any sport, from a league championship to the World Series, Super Bowl, Stanley Cup, etc., people are going to be clamoring for commemorative merchandise. So it would make sense to have two sets printed up—declaring each team the winner.