SEASONAL IDIOMS/ Like turkeys voting for Christmas

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Like turkeys voting for Christmas = English idiom used as a metaphor for a situation in which a choice made is clearly against one’s self-interest.

In modern times, in the United Kingdom, turkeys are commonly eaten as part of the English Christmas dinner.

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