With Thanksgiving taking place tomorrow, it’s becoming almost impossible to contain all our turkey-lovin’ excitement. Honestly, is there anything better than boatloads of pumpkin pie and stuffing ourselves silly and spending time with our crazy families? No way!
Sure the holiday requires tons of prep, but that’s one of the best parts. We’re talking about buying out half the grocery store, making cookies with grandma and readying ourselves for the few nutcases we’ll encounter at dinner. We thought the majority of people follow similar readying tactics, but it turns out a lot of them use alternative preparation methods when it comes to the greatest American holiday. They scare children with an entire raw turkey, for example.
So how are people really preparing for Thanksgiving?
CHILLIN’ WITH ALIENS
GIVING THANKS FOR VELCRO AND PENGUINS!
PRIORITIZING A THANKSGIVING CHECKLIST
TAKING GROSS PICTURES OF HALF-EATEN PIE
SCARING THE HECK OUT OF EVERYONE IN A CREEPY TURKEY SUIT
…AND TAKING TURKEY SELFIES
…WINNING BIG BUCKS IN A TURKEY COSTUME, TOO
DECORATING FOR CHRISTMAS ALREADY?!
SCARING THEIR KID WITH A RAW TURKEY
MAKING A HUGE ADORABLE MESS WHILE FINGER PAINTING
TAKING PICTURES THAT USE UNNECESSARY AMOUNTS OF INSTAGRAM FOCUS
VISITING ENCHANTED GARDENS
TOTALLY RUINING PHOTOS WITH GRANDMA
WEARING TURKEY HATS WHILE CUTTING A CAKE… UPSIDE DOWN
NOM NOM NOM-ING
SLEDDING DOWN SAND DUNES
AND, OF COURSE, DRESSING UP AS AN ALUMINUM FOIL NINJA
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