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Old 10-25-2017, 12:44 AM   #1
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Default which is your favorite holiday seaon?

mine is
halloween for the candy
thanksgiving for the turkey & ham
christmas for the food & gifts
& july 4 mostly cause its my birthday but i also like to watch fire works!!
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In order:

1. Halloween - The fact that it's scary, trick or treaters, and the costumes

2. Thanksgiving - The delicious food, spending time with family, parades, and being thankful

3. Christmas - Spending time with loved ones, Jesus Christ being born, and opening gifts
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Old 10-25-2017, 09:28 AM   #3
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2. Christmas
3. 4th of July
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1. Christmas-mainly for the gifts. 2. Thanksgiving.
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Halloween, the whole month of October is my favorite time of year.

4th Of July is one of my least favorites. Yes, it's celebration of Independence, but mostly people use it as an excuse to light off fireworks, and most pets are terrified. Our dogs especially, we try to keep them down in the basement under blankets until it's all over.
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New Year’s
4th of July
Christmas
Thanksgiving
Cinco De Mayo
Valentine’s Day
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1- Easter
2- Christmas
3- Thanksgiving
4- Halloween


Same as Torgo, I'm not much into 4th of July in the last few years! Besides the pets getting scared, theres just too much noise and confusion! I'm also not into New Years eve anymore! Yes I'm an old fuddy duddy!
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The Halloween-Thanksgiving-Christmas-New Year's season. Basically the last three months of the year.
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1A. Thanksgiving

1B. Christmas (I consider the "Holiday Season" (November 11 to January 6) to be one long Holiday).

2. Independence Day

3. Easter
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The Halloween-Thanksgiving-Christmas-New Year's season. Basically the last three months of the year.
The same with me, even though both of my parents died in November.
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The Thanksgiving-to-New Year's Day season is the best. So homey, so nice. Pumpkin spice coffee, egg nog, and other treats you can't get during the rest of the year. And I get ten paid days off at Christmas, and two paid days off at Thanksgiving.
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My top 3:

Halloween. Spooky and scary. Get to run props and see other props and yard haunts. People seem to be more friendly (those who run yard displays and/or hand out candy).

Christmas. Nice to see many houses with colorful Christmas lights. And just the whole holiday feeling.

Independence Day. Impressive fireworks and I like to watch all the traffic after the fireworks show.
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1. Easter
2. Christmas
3. 4th of July
4. Halloween
5. Thanksgiving
I'm quoting myself...

The reason I like 4th of July so much is because of the feeling of freedom and I spent the holiday at Dollywood last year and if I can that's where I'll be from now on on the holiday. Dollywood does a fantastic celebration!
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