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BARTENDER | Chris Horn, 21

WHERE | E Noodles & Co, Myrtle Beach

QUESTION | What's your favorite Thanksgiving dish?

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    Chocolate Martini (Pinnacle Whip Vodka, Godiva Chocolate liqueur cream de cocoa)

ANSWER | Sweet Potato Casserole.

Do you like it with marshmallow and brown sugar?

I like it with pecans.

What's your least favorite dish?

I don't eat turkey dressing.

Have you ever fried a turkey?


Have you ever fried a pickle?

No, I haven't. I've eaten them, though. I've fried Snickers and Oreos.

Yum. How were they?

Really good. The fried Oreo is really good.

When do you start decorating for Christmas?

You can do that the day after Thanksgiving.

What about shop for Christmas gifts?

Year round. Then you don't have to cram it all into one month. Black Friday, though, you can get good deals.

Are you guying anything on Black Friday?

I plan to, but I don't know what.

Where will you shop?

The mall and Tanger Outlets.

Have you ever been told you look 16-years-old?

I get it all the time. Everyone says I look younger than I am. It just means I'll look younger when I'm old.

What do you do when you're not working?

Gym, basketball, hanging out with friends and relaxing.

Who is your basketball idol?

Gotta be Michael Jordan.

How high can you jump?

I can dunk it, so I would say pretty high for a white guy.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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