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Well Banksgiving was sort of my idea, and started out as a joke-we were all about to get unemployed at Tamarack and we thought we were going to have this party called "Franksgiving" that was going to be all hotdogs and corndogs on a platter, and like maybe a rail jam.
Americans had two Thanksgivings that year - Roosevelt's, derisively dubbed "Franksgiving," and the original.
FDR's move was met with great opposition from the general public, some of whom dubbed the day "Franksgiving."
The episode was appropriately called "Franksgiving."
Many rebelled and continued to celebrate Thanksgiving on its "real" date while derisively referring to the impostor holiday as "Franksgiving."
Some referrred to the newly positioned Thanksgiving Day as 'Franksgiving.'