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It's November and Christmas is looming ahead of us. However, the fourth Thursday in November is when Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. The American Thanksgiving holiday grew out of various harvest festivals but has come to mean more than just giving thanks for crops. Harvest is still an important festival for Sarah and me, but we have lots of other things to be thankful for and I'm wondering if the UK should mark Thanksgiving and so in lieu of a poll...

1. Should the UK mark Thanksgiving?
2. If so, how should it be marked?
3. When should it be celebrated?
4. What other occasions we should have holidays and celebrations for in the UK?
5. Are you a special snow-flake?
6. Do you like ticky-boxes? [ ]
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