Where is black Friday celebrated?
Of course, the rest of the Western world only know of "Black Friday" as being the occurrence of the 13th of a month being a Friday, and it isn't something that is celebrated - much like no country I know of celebrates a Blue Moon (where a full moon occurs twice in a month). Sometimes there might be sales involved, usually not. The Black Friday the day after Thanksgiving is only an American thing - as is Thanksgiving.
na it aint a holiday its a sale sale in like almost errry store and you wake up like a 4 a.m for it and trus me its helllaaa packkked
It is called Black friday because it is the day most businesses get their accounting books out of the red.
I'm in england and I've never heard of black friday. we don't have thanksgiving...I guess that's why.
black friday is celebrated everywhere. the friday after thanksgiving sales on pretty much everything.
oh right. I guess we don't have that sale. it's all xmas sales atm in our shops.
sorry I am from india and here its not celebrated
Yep Black friday is an American thing. . . .