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Sylvania Portable DVD Player & Copy-Kids DVD Giveaway!

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Sylvania Portable DVD Player

Sylvania Portable 7-Inch Widescreen DVD Player

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Comments

  1. Susan says:

    Not in this lifetime :(

  2. Donna Allen says:

    Never had black eyed peas

  3. Debbie Lewis says:

    I had coleslaw but no black eyed peas.

  4. Wendy Pogrant says:

    No I did not.

  5. juliet wilson says:

    no forgot about that but not a big fan of cabbage anyways

  6. Melissa says:

    No, we had a pizza party! :)

  7. Cathy Frith says:

    I did not eat peas or cabbage.I had crockpot chicken n dumplings

  8. tammy saylor says:

    We have before but not thus year. We had chicken and dumplings.

  9. tammy saylor says:

    We have before but not thus year.

  10. Renee says:

    No i did not

  11. Debra says:

    Nope! I was lucky and had steak on New Years Day :)

  12. Jerri Davis says:

    Had Black eyed peas , rice , and Ham. Thank you. Jerri Davis

  13. nicole lewis says:

    no we had chinese food

  14. Maria Kiguthi says:

    No black eyed peas and cabbage for us. We had sweet and sour chicken, pot-stickers, and steamed rice.

  15. Christina Strapp says:

    No, but it sounds good.

  16. Michael Lambert says:

    No but I had spareribs and sour krout.

  17. grateful j rogers says:

    No. Ive actually never heard of black-eyed peas being a tradition for new years.

  18. Marci Dotson says:

    No, I’ve never had any b/e/p that I’ve enjoyed. As for cabbage, I’m not a big fan of it cooked. Now, if someone made me an eggroll and threw a few black eyed peas in there, I’d probably gobble it up! lol

  19. Althea says:

    Ummm, yuck!~ No we don’t!~

  20. Chavonne H says:

    No I didn’t eat either.

  21. denise bianco says:

    Nope. My honey took me to outback for a nice dinner before we both go back to work tomorrow. Happy mew year!!

  22. I didn’t know that was a custom? I had neither, hope that isn’t a harbinger of bad things to come????!

  23. Jessica says:

    No I didn’t, but I like black- eyed peas!

  24. Patty Smith says:

    no to black eyed peas and cabbage on NYD

  25. No, I did not.

  26. Danielle Davis/Grady says:

    Black eyed peas yes..Cabbage no! :)
    Thank you!

  27. jo-el says:

    nope

  28. Tammy says:

    I did have my black-eyed peas and cabbage!

  29. Melinda says:

    I had never heard of this tradition until today, but no, we didn’t.

  30. Keisha H says:

    Nope, but I will make black eyed peas later this week – my daughter loves them!

  31. Heather Bridson says:

    We had pizza and sparkling grape juice on New Years Eve

  32. Paula Proffitt says:

    No I hate Peas!!

  33. Vicky W says:

    No, can’t stand black eyed peas. Yuck LOL

  34. Michelle Kelava Copeland says:

    Nope, never even thought of it!

  35. no i didnt why does everyone do that

  36. Ellen Thompson says:

    I ate black-eyed peas but not cabbage. Lined up all of the kids and made them eat some black-eyed peas too.

  37. Barbara Mayes says:

    I made a dish called Hoppin’ John, with black-eyed peas, bacon, bell pepper, onion, celery and garlic, served on a bed of rice. It turned out really good, and I’m sure I will make it again.

  38. Jennifer Fritcher says:

    NO…

  39. Crystal Faulk says:

    We eat Black-eyed peas and collards on New Year’s day.

  40. Yvonne says:

    no, am I supposed too?
    Thank you for the opportunity!

  41. leah wall says:

    I usually do – but we didn’t this year.

  42. no

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