These sorry folks lived to tell the tale of all the things that could (and did) go wrong during their Thanksgiving dinners.
Because Aunt Ethel's new friend wasn't the least welcome guest of the day.
It begs asking a second time... Is that a real turkey?
It's a ham. How did they not realize this was a ham?
Hell hath no fury like a grandmother scorned.
Surround him with elderly relatives, and this man personifies how I feel about most nonfood-related Thanksgiving dinner conversations.
One Thanksgiving, I dropped a piece of food under the table, so I picked it up & I ate it. It wasn't food; it was a moth. #thanksgivingfail— Kristin (@kristinwarwick) November 20, 2013
And yet no one listens when I try to call out the five-second rule for being gross...
This frosting totally looks like turkey — after it's been digested, that is.
There's a reason barbecued turkey isn't a thing, but try telling that to your charcoal-happy Uncle Jerry.
Be real: No one is coming to your house for duck on Thanksgiving. It's like, the one day a year we get to appreciate turkey!
This is why you're not supposed to start drinking before the turkey's out of the oven. I wish I could say I wasn't speaking from experience (thanks a lot, brandy).
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