Thanksgiving Day is a day of celebration in both the United States
and Canada. The U. S. celebrates Thanksgiving Day because of the
rich bounty and natural resources that makes this country great.
Canada celebrates Thanksgiving Day because of the massive amounts
of light sweet crude oil they ship us and get rich from as one of
our two major oil trading partners.
Thanksgiving Day is a day for celebration, taking stock on what
bounties the year has held and what one is thankful for, if anything.
Thanksgiving Day is a time to remind the kids once again that there
are starving kids in India and that they need to be thankful for
what they have.
Besides the big Thanksgiving
dinner that many partake there is also the Macy's Thanksgiving
Day Parade to watch and a professional football game as well. In
the parade this year will be a float called the Hindenburg, which
will explode on cue and stick to some of the parade-goers like napalm.
The Hindenburg float is the brainchild of the oil companies who
plan to thwart the development of a hydrogen economy any time soon.
On Thanksgiving Day, there is typically a professional football
game, where in year's past viewers have put a buzz on and watched
Barry Sanders run for the record books within a sad and pathetic
team that would never make the playoffs. Since Sanders has retired,
viewers can still watch a sad and pathetic team that will never
make the playoffs. Since Fox has taken over both news and sports,
there will be two Thanksgiving Day football games this year.
As part of this autumn celebration, there are many Thanksgiving
activities to engage in as well as Thanksgiving
jokes to tell. Some of the Thanksgiving Day jokes will involve
such subjects as adult diapers, which several guests may be wearing,
erectile dysfunction medication, which several guests may be taking
and ironically, Scrabble.
Thanksgiving Day is different for every household, but it is mainly
about getting together with family, friends and loved ones and
telling them how they've disappointed you over the past year.
It's also about giving thanks for all you have and making fun
of those who have not. Remember to enjoy Thanksgiving Day to the
fullest and to live the rest of your life to the dullest.