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22 Things We Forget To Be Thankful For

November 27, 2014 is the glorious day we will sit around our dining room tables that are exquisitely adorned with all types of delicious food. Most of us recognize the Thanksgiving holiday as a time for stuffing ourselves to the brim with our favorite holiday foods and a time when we are supposed to be thankful. If we are asked what we are thankful for, many of us will go for the cliché: family, friends, health, and of course, food. But there are many trivial blessings that are constantly overlooked. Here are just a few of the many things we forget to be thankful for in our daily lives.

1. Central air/heating

2. Curves on a test you would’ve otherwise failed

3. No School November

4. Seminar (specifically seminars with snacks)

5. The heating lamps helping you stay warm at the train stations

6. The school counselors getting you through college apps

7. Teachers who lighten up on homework during application season

8. Teachers in general

9. The bus driver who lets you on when you don’t have enough money on your Ventra card

10. Google…

11. Being able to do anything and everything online

12. The friend who lets you have the rest of their food

13. The invention of modern plumbing

14. Warm apple cider

15. Black friday shopping

16. Being able to get Black Friday deals from the comfort of your own bed on Cyber Monday

17. The Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Special Episode

18. When Derrick Rose is healthy and in da game

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19. Prepackaged food

20. Microwaves

21. Sleeping in

22. Escalators

What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?

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