NO NO!! Wear it EVERY YEAR to celebrate this once in a lifetime event.
Odd years on Thanksgiving.
Even years during Hannukah.
Every other Leap year on Christmas (just to confuse people)!
Slightly more seriously, go ahead and wear it. Tibor is right when he
says that only the most narrow-minded would have a problem.
ps: I also love the idea. Can I have the link?
On 11/15/2013 2:22 PM, Mark Schuldenfrei wrote:
> On 11/15/2013 3:16 PM, Jenna wrote:
>> I have an off-topic question for the Jewish community. I saw a t
>> shirt commemorating the overlap of Hannukah and Thanksgiving: Eight
>> days of Lights, Liberty, and Latkes. I want one! My question is,
>> would this be inappropriate for me to wear since I am not Jewish?
> I can't imagine that anyone but the most ridiculously narrow-minded
> person would have any problem with you wearing it, whether or
> not you are Jewish.
> I, myself, think the whole idea of a big deal about the overlap
> of the two (which some people are calling ::shudder:: "Thanksgivukah")
> is a bit overblown, but that's a matter of personal taste.
> I'd read somewhere that this confluence of the two holidays will
> never happen again in any of our lifetimes - so, if you buy that
> shirt, don't expect to wear it next year. :-)