So, you've mastered the art of turkey trimmings, prepared your bellies for a river of cranberry sauce (if you're into that sorta thing), perfected your green bean casserole down to every last crispy friend onion, and... probably made the wise choice to leave all of the cooking to Mom.
Nonetheless, we rounded up a few really important, relevant and practical tips to help make your Turkey Day the best it can be. In the spirit of ThanksGIFFing (LOL had to), it's the least we could do.
First, it's important to make sure you have the correct holiday.
It's also good to understand subtle nuances of the Thanksgiving turkey tradition.
You know, like the part where it's cooked.
In the unlikely event that a pair of Pilgrims appear in your kitchen, don't be alarmed.
And if they pose a threat, turkeys can double as boxing gloves.
If you find yourself getting hungry, the Thanksgiving Parade is a favorite pastime.
And if your relatives would rather watch football...
It's also accepted practice to share the turkey with family members.
That is, if you can manage to keep all family members conscious.
But remember, above all else, give thanks to those you love.