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Happy Thanksgiving in ASCII Text Art

Updated on August 15, 2014
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Laura makes ASCII art, using MS Notepad. (Since 1998). She is currently exploring adding colour to the plain text to make postcards.

Thanksgiving was not my favourite holiday growing up. We had so much work to do with cooking, baking, cleaning and scrubbing. Then it was all over, the dinner and eating part, in a few minutes it would seem. Yet, there would be hours of family time with arguing, commentary about everything you did, etc. I've since seen families much worse than my own. Also, I no longer have a lot of that family still able to come for a traditional family holiday. All of my Grandparents, and their siblings, are gone now. It's funny how loss, growing older and growing up changes your outlook on family, even a chaotic family Thanksgiving holiday.

Whether or not you do anything for Thanksgiving, it's nice to give thanks for the people and things we appreciate. Here is ASCII art created for celebrating (or at least noticing) Thanksgiving. Turkeys, of course, also cornucopias, pilgrims and native people.

Thanksgiving ASCII Art

Turkeys in ASCII Art

Cornucopia in ASCII Art

Thanksgiving is the time we think of the Native People too.


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      Derp 15 months ago

      How could you have a page with ascii art and the ascii art is in photos. You can't copy paste the ascii art. Fail.

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      Laura Brown 5 years ago from Barrie, Ontario, Canada

      We have Thanksgiving in Canada but we celebrated in October. Always seems funny that the US and Canada have the same holiday in different months.

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      JP Carlos 5 years ago from Quezon CIty, Phlippines

      I like the the brother let's talk pix. We don't have thanksgiving in the Philippines but once we celebrated it just for fun.