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Poll From: 11/14/2013

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Is there a certain dish you bring or make for Thanksgiving every year? Submitted By sangsoloud, OH
Yes, the turkey.
Yes, the stuffing.
Yes, something else.
More than one.
I just eat.
I don't celebrate Thanksgiving.
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ANDYO1
on 11/29/13
yes two dishes chicken7turkey
bloodmoon7
on 11/21/13
I don't celebrate
ShellinaHolloway
on 11/20/13
Every day is Thanksgiving Day. There is always something to be thankful for everyday.
KatieS85
on 11/18/13
My grandmother's sweet potato/butternut squash casserole...it is NOT the kind with marshmallows (don't like kind with marshmallows) RIP Grandma Madeline, you will always be loved and missed dearly!
kimart4974
on 11/16/13
Cheese-cake is what I take to the family gathering. Have done so for many years, and will continue to do so for many more.
ryanthekid16
on 11/15/13
Turkey and stuffing
NAMASKARA
on 11/15/13
yeah sometimes i prepare but is not a big deal for me...
zuochenz
on 11/15/13
Not really. Depends on who you'll be eating with.
WHO1
on 11/15/13
http://www.history.com/topics/thanksgiving will clear up a lot of the ignorance since it clearly states the pilgrims where religious separatists
WHO1
on 11/15/13
Ignorance is so offensive :/
Atavin
on 11/15/13
Without positive role models we might as well go back to the caves.
RainbowSkittle
on 11/14/13
Lucia31 and 1 others liked this  
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rosepassions
on 11/14/13
Gloriaaaaaaaaaa and 1 others liked this  
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Glizzie
on 11/14/13
Sweetsummergirl and 6 others liked this  
My Thanksgiving has the history of loving family and friends coming together and sharing a meal and time together and being grateful.
JaguarXing
on 11/14/13
LunaAzura and 7 others liked this  
Some people don't need a national holiday to do those things, they do them on a regular occasion throughout the year. Personally, I respect that and think its fine.
Timo
on 11/14/13
allonasmommy and 4 others liked this  
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KatieKat
on 11/14/13
sasoriza liked this  
I didn't mean to like your response because I find it offensive.

Atheists can be thankful. We are human beings who love our families just like everybody else and we're grateful for the same things you are. Having food to eat, our health, etc. We just don't feel the need to direct that thanks to some specific entity.
Timo
on 11/14/13
allonasmommy liked this  
President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed:
"I do therefore invite my fellow citizens in every part of the United States, and also those who are at sea and those who are sojourning in foreign lands, to set apart and observe the last Thursday of November next, as a day of Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens."

Being grateful and giving thanks are two different things.
This particular holiday is meant to give thanks to God.
KatieKat
on 11/14/13
So you want atheists excluded from celebrating Thanksgiving...

I don't even know how to respond to such hateful, narrow minded nonsense.
LessThanJenna
on 11/14/13
LunaAzura and 1 others liked this  
Actually this particular holiday was first celebrated because the pilgrims massacred a tribe of native americans.
Thanksgiving can mean different things to different people. Who are you to judge? I thought your religion told you only God can judge?
LunaAzura
on 11/14/13
Lol. Are you for real?
JaguarXing
on 11/14/13
LunaAzura liked this  
Although, the killing happened after they had the so called thanksgiving peace agreement. And, yes, the native tribes suffered at the hands of the invading Europeans, irregardless of how you dispute the word "pilgrim".
JaguarXing
on 11/14/13
LunaAzura liked this  
Don't know what history book you read, but the colonials certainly massacred many native tribes. To this day the thanksgiving occasion is a day of morning and not celebration. Read up.
dmridley51
on 11/14/13
don't know what history book you read, but the pilgrims never massacred any indains
SABoston
on 11/14/13
JaguarXing and 8 others liked this  
Not everyone who replies is from the US so Thanksgiving wouldn't mean anything to those from other countries.
crazyhousewife
on 11/14/13
pjpdbp and 1 others liked this  
Almost everyone celebrates Thanksgiving in some form whether they want to or not simply because they get a day off of work - if they work out of the home that is. Then again some of us have to work harder to celebrate...and then clean up :)
Ilovesparky13
on 11/15/13
Chickadove liked this  
this is an American holiday so no, not "almost everyone celebrates thanksgiving."
hopeing2win2
on 11/15/13
peacanpie
FlySlySty
on 11/14/13
cranberry sauce!!!!
JaguarXing
on 11/14/13
simplyiris and 1 others liked this  
The children color cutouts of happy Pilgrims and happy Indians which ignore that contact between the two led to the decimation of millions of Native peoples. To raise awareness about the price indigenous people paid for Thanksgiving, a group called the United American Indians of New England established Thanksgiving as its National Day of Mourning in 1970. The fact that UAINE mourns on this day poses a question to any socially conscious American: Should Thanksgiving be celebrated?
Snowball17
on 11/14/13
Cheesecake and short ribs!
Westerner
on 11/14/13
We usually bring pies—sweet potato!! And sometimes a casserole.
Mom2Chase920
on 11/14/13
i love cooking the whole dinner!
niqqateemo
on 11/14/13
hi hi
esthella
on 11/14/13
Since I often work Thanksgiving I usually end up bringing rolls. If not that, a dessert.
Household6
on 11/14/13
i make it all!
bluesaway3
on 11/14/13
LunaAzura liked this  
Cheesecake!
DrRat
on 11/14/13
Gotta make the real Texas sweet potatoes. No canned yuck, real sweet potatoes with brown sugar, orange juice, and butter. Even people who swear they hate sweet potatoes get hooked. And have to make Southern cornbread dressing, mashed potatoes, homemade gravy, and the homemade pies. But since it's a small number this year will be having Cornish hens instead of turkey...tastier and easier!
Kurun
on 11/14/13
Pumpkin cake!
Scooterhead
on 11/14/13
MASHED POTATOES!!!
Bebster
on 11/14/13
I usually make pumpkin cream cheese pie. With homemade crust.
allonasmommy
on 11/14/13
Dressing!
hokey777
on 11/14/13
RobinStanton liked this  
Pumpkin everything for Turkey Day
RobinStanton
on 11/14/13
Agreed! I love pumpkin!
CheapoChic
on 11/14/13
simplyiris liked this  
In my family we don't celebrate it at all. Not that we have anything against the holiday, we just hate turkey and can't see the point of the whole fuss. We eat whatever we would any other day and veg in front of the TV. Now THAT is a holiday. :-)
bluexxx
on 11/14/13
1
neoparker
on 11/14/13
yes there are certain dishes
Atara420
on 11/14/13
Russian Familly = Lot of food = Me bloated passed out on the couch 30 mins after dinner.
Hburt006
on 11/14/13
Batmantha liked this  
what in the world could someone say that would need to be reviewed from this poll????
LessThanJenna
on 11/14/13
Thanksgiving was originally a holiday celebrating a massacre of a native american tribe.
I celebrate it, as an atheist, to celebrate family and friends, and everything else I'm thankful for.
It does not have to be a religious holiday, and it's ignorant to say you have to be religious to celebrate it.
Thanksgiving was started from something terrible. But I like to think people have made it something wonderful.
VirginHamster
on 11/14/13
I do not celebrate Thanksgiving. :)
mgtheman
on 11/14/13
Every year, for the last 1 year (but I'm doing it again this year), I make bronze pudding for dessert. Other than that, it's all up in the air— even the turkey is not guaranteed (although it's apparently on the menu this year). Of course, this year Thanksgiving falls on the second day of Hanukkah, so we'll be having latkes instead of mashed potatoes.
grossdinero
on 11/14/13
tfjparadise and 1 others liked this  
What is bronze pudding????? Intrigued
VibhaM
on 11/14/13
SixSamuraiYaichi liked this  
I love to eat
DrewChando
on 11/14/13
SixSamuraiYaichi liked this  
i love food
v111222333
on 11/14/13
Cool survey
Cabincrazy04730
on 11/14/13
for thanksgiving i always make the desserts clean the ENTIRE house and wash all the pots and pans
vineripe
on 11/14/13
I make Pumpkin Pie, Apple Cranberry Pie, Pecan Pie and Mincemeat Pie!
diana501trooper
on 11/14/13
I wonder what tofurkey tastes like???
Derikah
on 11/14/13
heaven.
Annabe17
on 11/14/13
I am a stuffing person my favorite is ham and cheese stuffing YEAH!
iMasterAC130
on 11/14/13
EAT, EAT, EAT!
missyg87
on 11/14/13
cornfieldgal and 1 others liked this  
In my family I'm famous for heating the rolls and slicing the cranberry sauce.
GamingSoldier
on 11/14/13
missyg87 liked this  
For my family it is multiple things, for sure the turkey and pumpkin pies as well as yams and green bean casserole. I like to get up early and waking everyone else up to bake, they enjoy it. It's family time and family fun, we also listen to Christmas Carols while baking.
Jimmy335
on 11/14/13
I lost my redeem swag code please send me my old one or a new one !
melchi1
on 11/14/13
hottiedeanna188 liked this  
turkey is the best item to prepare during thanks giving day coz u really feel the presence of thanksgiving :-)
heatherrlarsen87
on 11/14/13
hottiedeanna188 liked this  
Favorite holiday
deafchef
on 11/14/13
simplyiris and 1 others liked this  
There should have been an "other." In lieu of that, I had to select I do not celebrate Thanksgiving. Depending on my health, I either fast or eat ramen noodles (yes, cardboard in a cup) for Thanksgiving, to be mindful of those who have even less to eat (or nothing at all). I have been homeless and hungry. Every day, countless children go without meals. I can not abide stuffing myself full of food simply because it is available when there are so many who pray to eat at all. This year, if you can spare anything, there are plenty of people who would appreciate even the simplest of meals - especially as the colder weather is coming in. When you share your blessings, so many more come back to you.
25Shadow75
on 11/14/13
Kamay24 and 2 others liked this  
First we go to Grandma's House for Thanksgiving ..."Late Lunch".
Then we go to Dad's House for Thanksgiving... "Early Dinner".
Then we go to Mom's House for Thanksgiving... "Late Dinner".
Then we go home..... And ... Drop our Pants and Burp For Three Hours...
blawrence091
on 11/14/13
you.are.one.lucky.ducky

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