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11-20-2011 @ 11:58AM
You don't have to celebrate it because it's an American holiday. You could just celebrate the part of giving thanks, for whatever you are. Some people in America celebrate Cinco De Mayo simply because it's a reason to party and get drunk.You are saying "This is an American holiday, and I will have nothing to do with it.", try approaching it from another side. "This is a holiday in-game which gives me buffs, a few achievements, and an easy way to level cooking.", instead of the way you are approaching it now, which is a "it's from another country, so screw it", is a poor way to go about it.Saying "I'm not interested" would have gotten you better responses than "It's American. I'm not. Screw it."
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