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It may be crossing over into cuffing season, but it looks like you still need to make it past Thanksgiving first.

Once that hot, humid August weather goes away and that Fall weather comes rolling in it’s hard to not want someone to go to the pumpkin patches with and watch Freeform’s 31 Nights of Halloween with. Well, that all may lead to a very cuddly October, but don’t forget about November.

Apparently November is considered “Turkey Drop” season. It’s the awkward time after October, before Christmas that people are more likely to dump their significant others.

This phenomenon usually happens when college freshman go back home to their high school boyfriends for the break only to get rid of them. Statistics show that college students aren’t the only ones participating in the “Turkey Drop.” People in newer relationships often feel a little more rushed into things around the holidays, so when they get in full swing…people panic. We all know basic human nature…push push push.

On top of “Turkey Drop” season people also use the end of the year and the beginning of the new year as an opportunity to wipe the slate clean.

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