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No, I don't observe/celebrate this upcoming 'holiday'; since when is a day about mindless eating considered some sort of celebration!? Isn't a feast supposed to be PART OF A CELEBRATION, NOT THE CELEBRATION ITSELF!?
I mean, I get the milktoast premise of it being about a day where you reflect on what you're thankful for, but again, why on this specific day!? It could be any given day, any given time.
Well...I'm not going to elaborate on why, because it would go into an essay long thing, and I'm not feeling up to it. I feel bloated as is just thinking about it, and we're having ham, not turkey. The turkey we were going to have, was improperly handled, and had to be tossed out. I'll spare the details.
I'm still bloated. I'd be okay with just baking the ham, and placing it between two slices of bread later.
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The only thing I dislike about it are the insane costs, other than that I see no harm, it's not like you're forced to eat 'till you explode. Soooo, if someone covers the costs (like my company that will organize such thing for employees), one does not complain, just
takeeat whatever you can and get the hay out of there.