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50 perfect photos that will calm you down as much as a cup of chamomile tea

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In the hustle and bustle of days, when everything is annoying, unbalanced and tiring, you so want to find an island of calm and tranquility. Well, if you are just looking for such a place, then you have come to the right place! Bemorepanda have collected for you satisfying photos that will calm and put your nerves in order with their perfection.

 


1. Perfect Chocolate Cheesecakes

 


2. It looks like a snow cake


3. Perfectionist carrots

 


4. Ice in the form of a leaf


5. The snowball is perfectly round


6. "First time I used a tube of toothpaste 100%"


7. This is how the layers look in croissant dough


8. "I looked at the floor while working and noticed that the strip on my sneakers matched perfectly with the floor."


9. Shells that fit each other with amazing precision


10. "My dog ​​looks exactly like the dog on its pack."


11. Modern colors against the background of old buildings look really beautiful


12. This tree has a perfect fall gradient.


13. The view that opens when you look at the electric tower from the bottom up


14. "The other day we bought a pomelo, and when we cut, we saw this beauty inside."


15. Master of Disguise


16. "I've been using the ice cube tray as a palette for years."


17.S- synchronicity


18.Perfect candies


19.Perfect watermelon


20.Latte colors


21.This cerries


22.Ideal burger


23.Flowers


24.Snowball


25.Perfect fit



26.Cereals are perfect too


27.Good fit


28.Candy stuff


29.Tic Tac


30.Parking


31.Strawberries


32.Too good to eat


33.This cool cake


34.Macaroni


35.Colorful


36.Eggs


37.DNA?


38.Pencil flower


39.Forest


40.That’s a good fit


41.Pencils


42.Breakfast lovers


43.Want a tea?


44.Banana+Avocado


45.Eggs


46.Frozen egg



47.Satisfying


48.Perfection everywhere


49.Lego wall


50.Ready to use



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Perfect place for weekend

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Thanksgiving Day is an annual one-day celebration in which God is thanked for the richness of that year's harvest. Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November in the United States and on the second Monday in October in Canada. Bemorepanda loves Thanksgiving Day!

 

When was Thanksgiving Day first celebrated?

Thanksgiving Day, celebrated every year on the fourth Thursday in November, commemorates the miraculous harvest that, in 1621, saved the lives of the first immigrants to arrive in the New World from the British lands.

 

How is Thanksgiving Day celebrated in the US, Canada and the UK?

 

Thanksgiving parades are organized in the United States, with school fanfares. Also in the United States, most businesses are closed on Thursdays and Fridays to allow employees to spend more time with family and friends. The only ones that remain open are the shops, Thanksgiving being followed by Black Friday, the day with the biggest discounts of the year.

 

 

In the United Kingdom, Thanksgiving is another name for Harvest Day and is celebrated in churches and villages on a Sunday after the harvest in that locality, without being a particularly important holiday. This holiday was taken over by the first settlers who arrived in the New World, where it was first celebrated in 1621, as a sign of gratitude for the miraculous harvest obtained in harsh climatic conditions.

 

In December 1941, the US Congress passed a resolution making the fourth Thursday in November officially the national holiday of the Americans.

 

 

In Canada, the roots of the holiday differ from those in the United States. British explorer Martin Frobisher was trying to find a way to the East. He failed, but settled in Canada. In 1578, he held a ceremony to thank God for surviving such a long journey. Other settlers who arrived later continued the tradition.

 

What does Thanksgiving Day entail and what does it mean?

 

For millions of Americans, Thanksgiving means a special day, spent with family and dear friends, who gather at the table and show their appreciation for the rich harvest of the last year.

 

 

Millions of Americans trying to get to another part of the country today, by car or plane, on Thanksgiving Day, face major problems due to weather conditions. Thanksgiving brings together all family members together, which causes most companies to declare days off on both Thursday and Friday to allow employees to spend time with their relatives.

 

Facts about Thanksgiving Day

 

Here's what Thanksgiving Day is for Americans:

 

1. Feast of food

 

Thanksgiving is a holiday that, more than any other, begins and ends with food. Turkey, potatoes, corn and various fillings are all synonymous with this day.

 

2. Show your gratitude by helping others

 

It is easy to enjoy a free day spent with your family and enjoying the most delicious snacks, but you must also think about those in need. Many Americans set aside a little of their time on this day to help families who have nothing to put on Thanksgiving or even invite them to spend time together.

 

 

3. Family also includes friends

 

On Thanksgiving it is important to be grateful. That's why many Americans prefer to spend time with friends and not family or why not bring both groups together.

 

4. Agitation

 

To prepare for this day, the Americans are in a constant hustle and bustle to find the right turkey and the best pies, sauces and fillings to put on the table.

 

5. Travel

 

Many Americans have to go to other cities to spend time with their families, and others who are bored with this tradition take advantage of the two days off and go on a relaxing trip. Whatever they choose, all Americans have something to do on this special day.

 

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Events that could conditionally be attributed to dog shows took place in different countries for a long time. Dog shows in modern terms began to appear only in the early 19th century.

 

The most numerous events held under The American Kennel Club rules are shows, which focus on the dog's exterior. The judges examine the dogs and arrange them in order according to how close the expert thinks they are to the ideal described in the breed standard.

 

For Thanksgiving Day in the United States, the National Dog Show will traditionally be held for the 19th consecutive year. The exhibition has been held in Philadelphia since 1879. True, at first it was irregular. But since 1993, the show has been held annually and gathers thousands of participants and tens of thousands of spectators.

 

The American Kennel Club recognizes 208 breeds and varieties of dog (though every single one may not be represented at the National Dog Show from year to year). In the first round of the National Dog Show, dogs of the same breed will compete against each other based on how the dog fits the breed standards. The winner, named “Best in Breed,” will represent their breed at the next level: the group. 

 

The National Dog Show is a beloved holiday tradition for NBC and the over 25 million animal lovers who watched last year's Thanksgiving broadcast. Bemorepanda prepare 30 funny and adorable pictures from National Dog Show.

 

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Perfect as always πŸ€ͺ

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