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View Poll Results: Which is your favorite?
Thanksgiving 3 21.43%
Christmas 8 57.14%
I like both equally 3 21.43%
Neither. I like other holidays 0 0%
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Old 09-03-2010, 03:03 AM   #1
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Question Which is your favorite?

Which is your favorite?
Thanksgiving, Christmas, or other?

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1. Thanksgiving
2. Christmas
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I like Thanksgiving because it gets you in the mood for Christmas haha
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I said Christmas but I love the whole holidays seasons. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. One holiday after another in a span of 3 months!
And I decorate my home for each one!Yes!
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Thanksgiving, followed by Christmas.
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Both because Christmas & Thanksgiving are 2 of the most festive holidays ever
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I voted both equally. But I'm actually an Easter gal! But I still voted equally anyway, rather than option 4, cause I do love all three and I didn't want to seem like a Scrooge !

I love your avatar Jenny!! That's Romeo right?? He's adorable!!
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christmas!! i get lots of money!!
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1A. Thanksgiving

1B. Christmas

2. Independence Day

3. Easter
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Probably Christmas, but I sadly don't like it nearly as much as I used to. It's just so stressful for me. But as cliche as it may sound, the older I've gotten, the more I truly enjoy giving gifts over receiving. People keep asking me what I want for Christmas, and I really cannot think of a single thing. I'd much rather spend my energy thinking of gifts for other people.
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Halloween is my favorite, but like Penny, I like all 3 months, it feels like one Holiday after another from Halloween to New Years.
Halloween and all of October I love the whole atmosphere and "spooky" aspect. Thanksgiving is great because of all of the families getting together, and now Thanksgiving, and even better (since the vacation is longer) my daughter is home to visit.
Also love seeing the little ones enjoy Halloween and Christmas.
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