Once upon a time we could celebrate Thanksgiving without killing anybody. Well, except for the original event of course. But though we skip the celebrations this year, there is no reason why we shouldn’t laugh about all the funny Thanksgiving-Tweets on Twitter. Less calories – more fun! And don’t forget: There are brighter days to come and next year, we will sit together and get in fight about brussel sprouts again! Yeah!
How To Talk Your Trump-Loving Relatives This Thanksgiving:
1) Tell them to stop getting all their news from a bunch of fucking lunatics
2) Leave the Zoom
— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) November 15, 2020
Our family been battling COVID for 10 days now.
We were all in shape.
We have what is considered “mild” cases.
And, it has absolutely flattened us.
I’m pleading w you to please rethink your Thanksgiving plans.
You wouldn’t wish this on your worst enemy.
Let alone those you love.
— Arne Duncan (@arneduncan) November 15, 2020
pro tip: my uncle spent three years in a basement, hiding from the Nazis. you can skip Thanksgiving and wear a mask for one winter
— Jeff Tiedrich (@itsJeffTiedrich) November 15, 2020
Some of you are perhaps wondering: Should we go to Thanksgiving with family this year?
Well, here in Manitoba, we celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving, which fell on Monday, October 12th (see graph below). So, from experience, the answer is no.
No, you should not. pic.twitter.com/R3n33Xen0l
— Lukas Neville (@lukasneville) November 14, 2020
Crazy how lib women want to cancel Thanksgiving and Christmas just to avoid being asked about why they’re still single at 37
— Ben B (@GraduatedBen) November 16, 2020
how november start yesterday but thanksgiving next week already
— HNDRXX. (@moreofcee) November 15, 2020
Spreading disease over the Thanksgiving holiday? That’s sooo 1621.
— katie morrissey (@KatieMoNYC) November 16, 2020
Remember, you need to start quarantining TODAY for Thanksgiving, and then keep quarantining, and then not go.
— Conan O'Brien (@ConanOBrien) November 17, 2020
Zoom Thanksgiving is better than ICU Christmas.
— Elizabeth Hagan (@elizabethagan) November 17, 2020
When, on Sept. 11, nearly 3,000 people were killed, we reorganized the entire federal government. We're now losing that many people every three days, and the Senate went home early for Thanksgiving.
— Alison Fitzgerald Kodjak (@alikodjak) November 19, 2020