Ahh, the wonderful Thanksgiving traditions – cozy family time, delicious turkey, and a day off at work. It all seems well and fine, but in reality, it’s more like stuffing yourself up until the point you cannot move anymore, drinking one too many glasses of wine and petty arguing with relatives. Thankfully, instead of being all sullen about it, you can always relate your problems with millions of people on the Internet and their hilariously funny Tweets.
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Where can I get a ‘JINGLE BELL ROCK’ for the same reason?
I’m a Brit, so my understanding of Thanksgiving is only from sitcoms and posts like this…but why do you do it to yourselves?! Are there a silent majority who actually have a nice time? Anyways, happy thanksgiving y’all :)
To answer Ada, yes, some of us have a wonderful time. We always had a blast, and if you plan it right,, cooking the big meal isn’t that bad. Its just all about planning, teamwork, and preparing some things in advance. My mom and I could cook the meal, and when it was on the buffet, the kitchen wa spotless. Only took 30 minutes to clean up. Then we had the real fun. Family games!
Ada – it’s the internet. Social media destroys everything. Think of “Thanksgiving is Awful” as a meme. The only ones who truly hate it are the sullen generation who already hate their lives.
To Ada- Its usually pretty great. Just think of it like a high stakes family reunion for some people. With either the potential for greatness or the complete opposite.
Ada – Thanksgiving is one of the holidays where we can successfully guilt-trip adult children into physically spending time with their parents. Otherwise contact is usually limited to texting and Zoom. Jerk uncles and nosey aunts are just the yang.