Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock
Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock
Andrew Sun
Opinion

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Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

Thanksgiving 2020: tradition, turkey and gluttony in a year where there’s not much to be thankful for

  • Thanksgiving is usually celebrated with friends and family, and traditional dishes include turkey and pumpkin pie
  • This year will be different because of social distancing, but the feasts will no doubt be in full force

Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock
Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock
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