You’ve probably heard the word”Thanksgivukkah” mentioned around your office, or maybe you’ve read about it online. But if you’re still unclear as to what this is, we’re here to help. Basically, the second day of the Jewish holiday Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving, which NEVER happens. So of course someone came up with the best combo name ever (sorry Seth Cohen) and made up the holiday “Thanksgivukkah”. In order to celebrate both holidays to the fullest, you must eat Thanksgiving AND Hannukah food, light a “menurkey” and of course, follow Thanksgivukkah on all forms of social media. Yes, you really can do all of these things and more. Click the slideshow to find out the 10 best things about Thanksgivukkah. It’s your only chance to celebrate this once in 1,000 lifetimes holiday!
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