a command you use to tell someone to get their feet off the chair they're sitting on. This verb originated in Philadelphia. What was originally said that when person A is sitting on person B's chair with their leg on it, person B says to person A, "I want to come to your house for Thanksgiving this year and put my feet on your chair," implying that person A should put their feet on the floor. Eventually, it just turned into "thanksgiving."
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