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What is your favorite thing to do on Thanksgiving break?

Eating yourself silly, watching 12 hours of football, standing in line for hours at the mall–there’s no shortage of things to do over Thanksgiving break.

What is your favorite way to spend the time? Let us know by posting a comment below.


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  1. Jennie November 24, 2009 Reply

    We usually see a movie early in the day (this year the plan is to see “New Moon” – we intend to watch it ironically, though – we may chicken out and see “The Fantastic Mr. Fox” instead), come home and cook and eat a little later than most people do, in the early evening. I always plan to start Christmas decorating on Thanksgiving – at least getting some outside lights up – but more often than not don’t manage it in the bustle of the day.

    I’m not a Black Friday person, at all. We’ll sometimes go into the city early on Friday evening to watch the tree lighting at Union Square and do a little shopping, but you’re not going to find me at Best Buy at 4:00 a.m. waiting for the doors to open. No way, no how.

  2. Sally September 17, 2010 Reply

    We started a tradition a number of years ago of having Thanksgiving Dinner on Friday. That way I don’t have to take a day off work for preparations and I can invite friends over who have their own family Thanksgiving feasts on Thursday. I have continued my mom’s traditional dinner with a sourdough stuffing recipe that she found in a magazine the year I was born. My daughter now makes the pies-yum and friends bring their own side dishes. It is a great day of family and friends.

  3. Emily October 6, 2010 Reply

    Very bad things happen to me on Thanksgiving and the following weekend. My mother died, car accident, bike accident, etc…. So I am trying Las Vegas this year to see if it will be a safe place to be.

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