Canadians sometimes marvel at how Thanksgiving seems to be a bigger deal there than Christmas since Americans get two days off work at Thanksgiving and only one at Christmas. In Canada, it's the opposite, and Christmas is by far the bigger celebration. Of course, Canadians don't have "black Friday", so what do you expect?
dsugg wrote:I have always been envious of the Americans for this one. . No wonder Americans are a little larger than everyone else.
miesby wrote:Thanksgiving is important, but it still pales in comparison to Christmas.
Klick wrote:Christmas is fun, but it doesn't have much meaning for me, and also I imagine to the millions of Americans who aren't, you know, Christian, and/or from a Western tradition.
SnappySammy wrote:You have a funny Chinese Family......Do they live in USA or China.....
miesby wrote:Funnily enough, my family is Chinese. And we're all atheists. So Christmas doesn't have any religious meaning and sometimes we don't even give gifts. We make more of an effort at Christmas because it's easier to get time off. And since most of my extended family is pretty darned Chinese, they don't care much about Thanksgiving.
SnappySammy wrote:dsugg wrote:I have always been envious of the Americans for this one. . No wonder Americans are a little larger than everyone else.
I guess woman do kiss and tell....
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