Everyone knows that the real Thanksgiving always falls on the second Monday of October, as is celebrated up here in Canada.
You guys are left to consume our excess, second rate birds...
... and have only 1 month to properly digest your meals so as to make room for Christmas egg nog, cookies, lard cakes, and such and such
I wish we could give thanks in the Spring. Thanksgiving is just too close to Christmas. Even if we celebrated it the second Monday in Oct. as you do, it's still too close for me.
Yeah, kind of undermined his whole argument, huh?
that's actually my own personal tradition.
coming from citizens of the country that created donuts.. i don't think you should judge
I'm not exactly sure what is going on there..., but I've decided that I want nothing to do with it. -paradigmsearch
That's the Canadian version of Thanksgiving, naturally.
Greek One is going to get you for that...
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Do you have a family tradition?
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