Happy Thanksgiving, all!

And if you’re not in the United States, happy Thanksgiving anyway but there’ll be a post for you in a moment.

Me, I will be getting my turkey on ASAP.

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12 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving, all!

          1. Nope. Some brits laugh at Americans using ‘thus far’, unaware who was using the term just a few centuries ago.
            It’s quite interesting how phrases followed British to America, died out here, then came back once cultural ties were re-established.
            Somebody could try I suppose but since Brexit a lot of people have gone very insular (apart from food…..That’s it…National Eat A Lot Day, that’s work)

            1. Nobody could be against that!

              And then after you eat, you tell whoever fed you, “Thanks.”

              Later relatives get added and they’ll want a name for the occasion.

              Let’s call it, “Thanks for giving me food” or thanks for giving.

              That morphs into thanks forgiving.

              Which people will assume is a time for atoning for ones wringdo

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