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Old 11-02-2017, 12:28 AM   #1
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Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Post a fun fact about Thanksgiving.



Thanksgiving is not just an American holiday. Canadians celebrate it too, except they do it on the second Monday in October.
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The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade began in 1924 with 400 employees marching from Convent Ave to 145th street in New York City. No large balloons were at this parade, as it featured only live animals from Central Park Zoo.
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The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade also was not known as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade originally. It was because Thanksgiving is the start of the holiday season when Santa Claus was added at the end of the parade that the parade was known as Macy's Christmas Day Parade before the parade had a name change to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and is still considered a Thanksgiving tradition for families every year to see and watch on TV
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Thanksgiving is also a huge sports holiday too.
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I remember when opened their doors on the day after Thanksgiving at their normal hours. Yes, they were jumping with shoppers and the newspaper had flyers for stores inserted into their papers. Get this, on the Sunday after Thanksgiving the stores were CLOSED! They were closed on ALL of the Sundays throughout the holiday season, and if Christmas Eve was on a Sunday you'd better have your shopping done on December 23, Because the stores would not reopen until Tuesday, December 26.
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Only male turkeys called Toms gobble and females called Hens cackle.
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Only male turkeys called Toms gobble and females called Hens cackle.


All females cackle.
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All females cackle.

Hey, I resemble that remark!!
Hence the term "Cackling hens" !!
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Amen Marlene!! I agree!! Every year seems to be more and more. Straight from Halloween to Christmas!!! It's like they are trying to make Thanksgiving not important anymore!!

Ben Franklin wanted the turkey to be the National bird instead of the Eagle!


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Amen Marlene!! I agree!! Every year seems to be more and more. Straight from Halloween to Christmas!!! It's like they are trying to make Thanksgiving not important anymore!!

Ben Franklin wanted the turkey to be the National bird instead of the Eagle!



Franklin thought that the eagle wasn't appropriate because it is a predatory bird. The turkey was dismissed as an option because turkeys are incredibly stupid.
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I got a good fact. Thanksgiving is always on a Thursday.
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Jake "Body By Jake" Steinfeld played the psycho killer in the 1981 Thanksgiving themed slasher Home Sweet Home.

Does that count as Thanksgiving Fun Facts?
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Ben Franklin wanted the turkey to be the National bird instead of the Eagle!


I've heard that too. But if they did make the turkey the national bird, what would we eat on Thanksgiving? Because it's illegal to kill/eat a national bird.
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They could have played football that day, if not exactly this way...
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