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So forever ago I was doing a series on Thanksgiving featuring different cast members. Here is 2009, and here is 2010. (2011 didn’t see one because I opted to continue the storyline instead, and 2012 just wasn’t seeing updates.) So here’s Lyta’s contribution.

Happy Thanksgiving! May your family time be good and your feast be better.

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  1. Spike the Dragon Knight says:

    Time for TURKEY DAY!

  2. Mr. Torgue says:

    @Spike the Dragon Knight

    I’LL BE CELEBRATING TURKEY DAY WITH THE VAULT HUNTERS……AND MY GRANDMA!!!! ҉ ҉ ҉ ҉
    - Mr. Torgue

  3. Elvennations says:

    This royally sucks. I’m officially caught up. Now I have to wait for updates just like everyone else. At least I discovered you after the incredibly long hiatus. Keep up the good work.:)

  4. Lukkai says:

    Well, one of those festivities we don’t have over here. One could argue that being able to support yourself through winter times sometimes comes with certain drawbacks.
    On the other hand, I tend to get stuffed with food enough during december/early january as it is already. So one feast less might not even be that bad. ;)

  5. Princess Luna says:

    Tis good fortune! For we have just had our own royal celebration nary a week past!
    We have been told it is unrelated to your “thanksgiving”, but we wish much good will to thineselves and thine turkey guests.

    Though, We are confused. One of our “trans-mirror” subjects told us that he had already celebrated his “thanksgiving” with his turkey friends but a moon ago. Art thou sure tis the same celebration? We have never heard of a month long celebration.

    We shall have Graceful Fluttershy ask the turkeys what this “thanksgiving” is, and why an entire lunar cycle is required to celebrate it.

  6. Mr. Torgue says:

    @Princess Luna

    I JUST CAME BACK TO MY SPACE TRUCK LAST NIGHT AFTER FEASTING WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY……..AND IT WAS AWESOME!! ҉ ҉
    - Mr. Torgue

  7. reynard61 says:

    Dear Princess Luna,

    Here is a Wikipedia article on “Thanksgiving“. Included in it are the articles on both the United States version (just celebrated) and the Canadian version. (The one celebrated one Moon ago. Darn Canucks! Always gotta be first!) I hope that this will answer any questions that Your Majesty has about this holiday and it’s celebratory traditions.

    Your faithful (and still a bit stuffed) subject (and fanboy),

    reynard61

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