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Tell Us Your Weird Thanksgiving Food Traditions [SURVEY]

Thanksgiving is only a few days away, and I have my elastic sweatpants ready! Thanksgiving is known for turkey, mashed potatoes, rolls and dressing, but I have an aunt that brings pink stuff every Thanksgiving. I don't eat it, I never have, I don't even know what's in it, and the fact that it's called pink stuff frightens me. I figured I couldn't be the only one who had a family member bring something out of the ordinary to each Thanksgiving meal.

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Halloween is one of America's favorite holidays. And one of the most traditional.
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The True Origins of Halloween Traditions — Jack-o’-Lanterns, Witches, Costumes, More

Why do we celebrate Halloween by putting on bizarre outfits and asking strangers for candy? Who is Stingy Jack, and why does he haunt our dreams? We decided to take a look at a few of Halloween's most well-known customs and ask, What do they all mean? 

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Tell Us About Your Easter Traditions and Memories

One of my favorite holidays of the year is Easter. It brings back a lot of great memories. Being an Air Force Brat, I can recall doing a few Easter Egg hunts with the youth center or a few squadron parties or even at the base church. I also have the great memories of waking up on Easter Morning and seeing the eggs hidden around the house or in the backyard if the weather was good.

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Easter Traditions and Memories Survey

Easter is a special holiday for many families.  We'd like to hear about your favorite Easter traditions or memories.

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St. Nicholas Day
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Happy St. Nicholas Day!

The holiday season has many different holidays that are celebrated, whether it be Christmas on Dec. 25, Chanukah starting on Dec. 8, Kwanzaa starting on Dec. 26 or a few others that are celebrated around the world. However, one that I celebrated when I was living in Germany is celebrated today (Dec. 6). It is St. Nicholas Day.  This is not the day he was born as you may think, but is the day he died in AD 343, and thus is called the St. Nicholas Feast Day.

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global Christmas traditions
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10 Unusual Global Christmas Traditions

Snow falls from the sky, shops sell their Christmas wares, and the sweet fragrance of gingerbread houses fill the air—'tis the season! In the United States, there are plenty of Christmas traditions around to keep everyone happy. Gift giving, holiday meals and ornament-covered trees are in abundance everywhere.

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