Fakesgiving is this weekend, and everyone is getting pretty excited. What is Fakesgiving?
Fakes·giv·ing (fakes′giv′iŋ): noun
1. the celebration of Thanksgiving, usually between friends instead of family, held on a date preceding the fourth Thursday in November. Like Thanksgiving, it is celebrated as a day of giving thanks and feasting, commemorating the Pilgrims' celebration of the good harvest of 1621.
"Fakesgiving" appears as a common term among bloggers but still does not have a Wikipedia article. It also appears in this Food and Wine article, which includes a delicious looking recipe for pumpkin bars, as well as alluding to "bourbon/apple/maple" jello shots.