What I’m Thankful For

It’s that time of year where here in the United States we give thanks. And sure, I could sit down and make a list of all the things that I’m thankful for, but realistically, for a turkey-centric holiday like Thanksgiving, there’s only one thing that I’m thankful for on this day:

I’m thankful for the fact that we don’t eat certain parts of the bird!

Now, of course somewhere in the world, someone is eating every last bit of that bird. I’m just glad that here in the U.S., we traditionally don’t! Like take China for example…sure they eat oddities like those awful goose wings, but then there’s also those chicken feet they just love to snack on. Don’t believe me? Check it out:

So on this day of giving thanks, I just want to say to the good folks at Butterball, thanks for selling head-less and feet-less turkeys!

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By Aaron

Hey there! I'm Aaron and this is my travel site, where I document my adventures to all corners of the world. My love for travel started at the ripe old age of four, when a midlife crisis uprooted my family to Ecuador for five years. Since then, I've been to countries on 4 different continents. When I'm not blissfully on the road, I reside in New York City, where I become the ultimate travel junkie and spend my days dreaming up my next great adventure! Read More...

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