Black Friday Skips Across The Pond To U.K.
Black Friday has arrived in the U.K., but how did it get there considering that the U.K. doesn't celebrate Thanksgiving?By Ben Lawson | November 28, 2014
America has exported a tradition across the pond that some Brits probably wish they could return — Black Friday.
This is the first year the shopping madness has become a thing in the U.K., but how did it even make it over there in the first place?
After all, Black Friday has grown in popularity in the states because many people are off work thanks to Thanksgiving, a holiday that's only celebrated in America. (Video via YouTube / Jerry Bailey)