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What 'lefforme' means after Thanksgiving holiday

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Ever heard of a “lef’forme?” For ease, a “lefforme.”

Yes, you have. You’ve even said it, not knowing its spelling.

Before the explanation of “lefforme,” I trust you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, the oldest accepted holiday in our nation’s history.

That’s right. We had it before the Fourth of July. Many traditions formerly rejected Christmas as a holiday, believing it to be a cheapening of the birth of Christ.

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