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Thxgiving

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Sure there's the dinner, and a parade or two, but look around and you'll notice that in recent years Thanksgiving has fallen deeper and deeper beneath the shadow of the Christmas season.

Soon enough, this is bound to happen to the unappreciated spirit of Thanksgiving.

Enjoy.

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That is so deep, and so true. Christmas is everywhere! QVC sells Christmas stuff in JULY! It's the middle of the freaking summer and they sell Christmas junk. Honestly, Christmas really is too commercial.

BRAVO.

I cried.

.....sh..shh...shit...

That is deep. This is very true too. What is worse, is that Christmas not only is shoved early in the year, is that its also shoved like 10 weeks after Christmas as well. I sometimes still hear Christmas Music in the stores about 20 days after it.
Not that I have any problems with Christmas, its my favorite holiday. But don't make it all about commercialism. I really wish people knew the true meaning of all of these.
Come on man, Thanksgiving is our history, its when the Pilgrims and the Indians ate together in peace. But move over history, we got a fictional fat ass riding around now.

ya its sad

The moral is never forget what something really is about.

I agree.... kind of

I agree! It's no way near as celebrated as it used to be... But that's kind of good because I'm born on it! But It's still one of my favorite holidays, by the way