Google Doodle for Thanksgiving 2021 celebrates togetherness

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On the fourth Thursday of November, Americans traditionally pause to reflect and be grateful for the bountiful blessings we have in our lives. For many, this value lies in the warm and much-anticipated gatherings with family and friends.

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Since last Thanksgiving, when get-togethers were muted by the coronavirus pandemic, Google is marking this year’s celebration for which we’re grateful with an animated doodle that shows solidarity. In Thursday’s Google Doodle, which is reminiscent of a 1950s movie theater intermission ad Let’s All Go to the Lobby, the standard fixins of the traditional Thanksgiving dinner happily join in a merry march.

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The Doodle holiday parade is led by a gravy boat (since everyone is actually tracking their progress around the table) and includes an ear of corn, a yam, a potato, a slice of pumpkin pie and Contains a cranberry.

The annual tradition of giving thanks, which this year symbolizes 400th anniversary, Was formalized by President George Washington became more in 1789 a federal holiday Under President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. thanksgiving date Changed to fourth Thursday in November Under President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1941 and now it’s become synonymous with the annual day after turkey, stuff, and Black Friday bargains.

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happy Thanksgiving. Now, let’s eat!

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