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    Happy Thanksgiving~

    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone here at Mangashare!
    Hopefully no one shall die from over eating. ;'(

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    Happy Thanksgiving Day.

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    Too late, I died from over stuffing myself.

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    HAPPY THANKSGIVING to u 2 infinity!!

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    happy thaksgiving


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    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!! Opps! Looks like I ate too much pasta mixed with mashed potatoes.
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    happy thanksgiving everyone

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    Happy Turkey Day to all those who partake and to those who don't...well, hope it was a good Thursday!


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    Clearly the first thanksgiving was held in Canada in 1528. It is held in October and not November.

    But none the less. Happy Turkey day everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woofcat View Post
    Clearly the first thanksgiving was held in Canada in 1528. It is held in October and not November.

    But none the less. Happy Turkey day everyone!

    That really doesn't we are celebrating our thanksgiving not your, plus I think that they had changed it to be on the fourth Thursday of November, some time in the 1900's.

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