In Turkey they don't celebrate thanksgiving.
No of course not, the Americans celebrate Thanksgiving because people came here on the mayflower. People of Turkey have nothing to do with Thanksgiving!
You do so because they ate turkey at the 1st Thanksgiving.
He pardons the turkey prior to Thanksgiving and then has a Thanksgiving feast to celebrate it.
No. Thanksgiving is an exclusively US American holiday. Turkish people do not celebrate it. Additionally, Turkish people do not eat turkey as often as US Americans do.
No, Thanksgiving is a North American holiday.
Thanksgiving is a U.S. holiday.
The pioneers celebrate christmas by making turkey
Thanksgiving has nothing to do with religion, and most Muslims do celebrate it. Turkey is 100% halal, and there is nothing against Thanksgiving in the Quran.
Because Thanksgiving is a holiday of The United States.
No. It's an American feastday
No, people in England do not celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving.
no they don't celebrate Thanksgiving .
they don't celebrate Thanksgiving.
Many people have a traditional Thanksgiving meal that usually consists of turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, stuffing, and cranberry sauce.
They don't celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is an American holiday.
People celebrate Thanksgiving by eating and being with their families. They also give thanks on Thanksgiving.
The first people to celebrate Thanksgiving were the Pilgrims and the Indians.
Americans and Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving.
Brazilians don't celebrate thanksgiving
They celebrate it just as how we do with the turkey and enormous feast and the gathering with the family and friends.
Most people celebrate Thanksgiving by getting together with their families and having a big Thanksgiving dinner.
In the US, November is the month to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Yes!People all over Europe celebrate Thanksgiving.
Just make a turkey, and celebrate being thankful for food, shelter, ect.