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Question of the Week Contest: Oct. 31 – Nov. 6 November 2, 2011

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Congratulations Rachel Barrick!

You are our Question of the Week winner for October 24 – 30!

(to claim your prize, email yoohoowinners[at]gmail[dot]com)

See below for the next question of the week contest: October 31 – November 6! Just answer by commenting on the post or via Twitter (use @yoohoofriends in your tweet!).

QOTW: These YooHoos are ready for Thanksgiving!Β Do you, your family and/or your friends have a “tradition” for Thanksgiving? What is it?

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Good luck to all!

-YooHoo

 

35 Responses to “Question of the Week Contest: Oct. 31 – Nov. 6”

  1. Milena Paris Says:

    In Italy there’s no thanksgiving day 😦

  2. jeannine m Says:

    Not really, we usually make dinner at home then plan out black Friday shopping

  3. Chris Ryan Says:

    Usually we have both sides of the family come over and my Mom cooks for us all, but we’ve had a tiring year, so we visited the family early and will be having a mini staycation on thanksgiving instead πŸ™‚

  4. charlotte kirton Says:

    nope, over in jolly old england we dont celebrate thanksgiving

  5. no thanksgiving in the uk but christmas we usually have breakfast then open presents then have everybody over, have a buffet nd alcohol nd then christmas cake πŸ™‚

  6. Cleo Helios Says:

    Thanksgiving does not exist in France.

  7. When I was little our relatives used to all come over and bring food and pies, mom and dad would be cooking all day in the kitchen. Our tradition was eating a lot haha.

  8. Nicky Says:

    My whole family and I get together and have a huge turkey dinner! The next day we go christmas shopping! πŸ™‚

  9. ANNA GREEN Says:

    turkey dinner

  10. Shira Says:

    food!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Kim Weber Says:

    Dinner and games πŸ˜€

  12. We get together, go all out when it comes to food, and get family pictures taken. πŸ™‚

  13. rhiann Says:

    I dont celebrate Thanksgiving in England, Its kinda an american thing πŸ˜‰

  14. Shon Lee Says:

    Basically, we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here but we do celebrate Christmas.
    Personally, I have my home decorated with a shimmering Christmas tree and other xmas decor.
    Then my whole family will gather at my house, usually on Xmas eve. We will play games, have a sumptuous dinner together and exchange gifts. Afterall , christmas is a time for sharing πŸ™‚

  15. Izzy Hewitt Says:

    Me and my family have a couple traditions. The best one came upon by an accident. It’s a wild game me and my 7 cousins made up called ‘Sting Ping’. I brought a ping pong ball set to our family thanksgiving retreat a few years back and we started hitting each other with the balls. Then we made a compitition out of it! We all stand up against a wall and the person that is ‘it’ whacks the balls at us. The last one standing wins, and gets to be ‘it’. That’s been our tradition for YEARS! Kind of violent, but fun! Our second tradition is, the Annual Football game! All of the family comes out and we have a good ol game of tackle football! Oh, how my traditions are crazy!

  16. debbie Says:

    we dont do thanks giving in england x but i love family occasions x and i think its great that traditions are still going i love cooking for my family xx wish there were more things like that, i love christmas >3

  17. debbie Says:

    i love the national lampoons vacations there thanks giving is the best xx hilariously funny even the kids love watching it xx we watch that every christmas xx

  18. LuckySasha Sparks Says:

    No thanksgiving here. !! 😦

  19. eden Says:

    nopeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  20. Lovisa Says:

    no we don’t, here in sweden we don’t celebrate thanksgiving

  21. Hope Hiney Says:

    yeah, but we make a turkey and its a family recipe that has been passed down for 72 years

  22. I’m in the Uk so we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving. We do celebrate Christmas, though, which is kind of the same thing, I’d say. Me and my sister wake up really early and run downstairs with our family to open presents. We have turkey and roast potatoes, with gravy. Then we play with our presents for a while.

  23. Viola VΓ©gsΕ‘ Says:

    no we don’t

  24. JC Says:

    hmmm nope not really. we seldom celebrate thanksgiving here πŸ™‚

  25. Megan Kelly Says:

    my whole family gets together and we have a big thanksgiving dinner and then my parents and I go to my brothers highschool football game πŸ˜€

  26. Andy Says:

    We eat too much πŸ™‚

  27. Radu Radoi Says:

    shopping

  28. Sami Says:

    I’ve never celebrated Thanksgiving as I’m in the UK. I’ve been told I might be invited to one next year though =D

  29. We dont have it in the UK.

  30. Lily Kwan Says:

    My Thanksgiving tradition is having dinner with my family.

    • yoohoofriends Says:

      Lily Kwan — congrats, you are the randomly selected winner for Question of the Week Oct. 31 – Nov. 6! please email yoohoowinners[at]gmail[dot]com with your full address to claim your prize! Thanks

  31. A.Smith Says:

    We love to make all sorts of pumpkin crafts for our door. This year we made a wreath of pumpkins πŸ™‚


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