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Do you participate every year with the wishbone tradition with the Thanksgiving day turkey?


This is where two people simultaneously break the collar bone of the Thanksgiving day turkey, which dates back over 2,400 years, to the Etruscans.

 

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    TheHoleStory 3 years ago

    That's what the wishbone in the photograph that I took is doing, it's drying. It's all but impossible to successfully pull a wet wishbone apart, and I speak from experience on this 2,400 year old tradition.