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Ci-dessous des visions variées et parfois non politiquement correctes de la grande fête de Merci Donnant.
Happy Thanksgiving…

…En image

…En vidéo : La version de l’Adams Family

…En vidéo : Asian Thanksgiving Turkey PRANK CALL

…En vidéo (encore) d’un point de vue politique
Kimmel Kartoon – Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and GOP Debate


Happy Thanksgiving de la part de Barack Obama… formel


….et moins formel


…Et en écrit
Explaining Thanksgiving to the French

By Art Buchwald

[ In 1953, during my tour of duty with the French Foreign Legion in the Sahara, my tough sergeant from Marseilles said to me, “Why do all the American recruits refuse to eat anything but turkey on this day?”

I told him I was sorry but my lips were sealed. He then poured honey on my head so the ants would get me. That’s when I broke down and talked.]

One of our most important holidays is Thanksgiving Day, known in France as le Jour de Merci Donnant .

Le Jour de Merci Donnant was first started by a group of Pilgrims ( Pelerins ) who fled from l’Angleterre before the McCarran Act to found a colony in the New World ( le Nouveau Monde ) where they could shoot Indians ( les Peaux-Rouges ) and eat turkey ( dinde ) to their hearts’ content.

They landed at a place called Plymouth (now a famous voiture Americaine ) in a wooden sailing ship called the Mayflower (or Fleur de Mai ) in 1620. But while the Pelerins were killing the dindes, the Peaux-Rouges were killing the Pelerins, and there were several hard winters ahead for both of them. The only way the Peaux-Rouges helped the Pelerins was when they taught them to grow corn ( mais ). The reason they did this was because they liked corn with their Pelerins.


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