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Question of the Week Contest: November 6th – November 13th 2014 November 6, 2014



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November 6th – November 13th 2014:  Are you celebrating Thanksgiving? If so, how do you celebrate?

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25 Responses to “Question of the Week Contest: November 6th – November 13th 2014”

  1. Marko Says:

    no, we don’t celebrate that in Finland…waiting for xmas to come.. 🙂

  2. Isabella Says:

    No as not American h&m

  3. Anna Says:

    No we have just had Halloween and bonfire night next is Christmas.

  4. Beth Pearce Says:

    No we don’t celebrate that in the UK we have just celebrated Halloween and also a couple of days ago it was Guy Fawkes (fireworks/bonfire) night. The next celebration is Christmas it would be nice to have another celebration in between!

  5. Hayley Says:

    Are you celebrating Thanksgiving? If so, how do you celebrate?
    Yes, I will be celebrating Thanksgiving. My mom has planned a Thanksgiving feast for our class party the day before Thanksgiving. On Thanksgiving Day, we cook lots of food and have lots of family over to celebrate all that we are thankful for.

  6. Aude Says:

    Here in France we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, but it doesn’t stop me to cook a very delightful meal for my family! No need for holly day to party! ^^

  7. Allan Says:

    No, we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in the UK – we are waiting for Christmas! I can’t wait!! 🙂

  8. JanineF Says:

    No thanksgiving in UK 😕

  9. Janie Says:

    In Canada Thanksgiving has already passed. My family celebrates with a family turkey dinner!! 😀

  10. Lois Beers Says:

    Yes!! With lots and lots of yummy food! Turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, dinner rolls, pies and etc!

  11. We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in France :/

  12. Jana Says:

    In Canada thanksgiving was on the 13th of October and I celebrated by eating turkey with mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry, turkey stuffing, corn and garlic bread.

  13. Swiss Says:

    I eat turkey

  14. Jenni Says:

    We don’t celebrate thanksgiving in Finland. But if we would celebrate it it should be a day to spend with your family and loved ones.

  15. Nicky Shepherd Says:

    My whole family goes to my grandma’s house and we have a giant turkey! 🍗

  16. Cindy Says:

    Thanksgiving: you bet. Celebrated with a big dinner with family.

    • yoohoofriends Says:

      Congrats Cindy! You are the QOTW winner for November 6th – November 13th 2014. Please check your email later today for details. Thanks!

  17. Agneta Says:

    Not celebrating Thanksgiving in Sweden, waiting to celebrate Christmas!

  18. Denise Says:

    Already celebrated here with a big family dinner!

  19. Barbara52 Says:

    We do not celebrate Thanksgiving in Germany. But on the countryside there is a tradtion for something similar – to thank for the harvest and the fruits and grains in autumn called “Erntedankfest”

  20. Lydia Says:

    Yes, I celebrate it by having a huge family feast with all my relatives.

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