What is it like for non Americans not to celebrate Thanksgiving (an ending of November major holiday in America)?

Is it nice to have that big gap in between Halloween and Christmas, free? 

Have you participated in this American holiday before?

Update:

I put this question in Christmas because non Americans are leadt likely to go into the Thanksgiving category. And am curious as to how far beforehand you do your Christmas shopping. Lol

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  • 1 month ago
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    It is a empty gap between fall and Christmas. December 1st kicks off the holiday season for them. There is no Black Friday outside the USA.

    • DontTellMe
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      1 month agoReport

      ;-) Thank you. I like decent and insightful answers.

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  • Alan H
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    2 months ago

    We give thanks because we do not live in your country

    • DontTellMe
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      2 months agoReport

      Me too. Snobby ar$3holes need not apply.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Thanksgiving is a time we give thanks to GOD for all we do have! Certainly  people in other countries can give Thanks to GOD! 

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  • 2 months ago

    Many countries around the world have various celebrations at the end of "Harvest" time.  Such celebrations have existed since pre-history even though most have been co-opted into various religions.  The only odd thing is that the USA celebrates theirs so late in the year, and has also turned it into a national holiday!

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