Sorry Caramel. #TeamPopcorn
Sorry Caramel. #TeamPopcorn
In 1998, the guys got into the holiday spirit by performing “Tearin’ Up My Heart” at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
She’s so cute I want to eat her with a side of mashed potatoes and stuffing!
The appetizer table can be a bleak, hopeless place. These recipes, on the other hand, are guaranteed crowd-pleasers.
Alzheimer’s has changed so much, but not the fact that our grandmother is still the heart of our Thanksgiving dinner.
Most of these reasons are hugs.
After awaking from your turkey-induced coma, you’ll want to escape to the theater. Here are 11 movies to see while you digest.
Kids these days… (via byashowofhands.com)
The Macy’s Day Parade has been an American tradition since 1924. Some years balloons are cuter than others. Some years, they’re downright creepy.
“Guess what? We’re glad you aren’t British anymore.”
BRB, need to eat this centerpiece now.
The McDonald’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
From touch football to fez-sporting turkeys, Monica, Chandler, Ross, Rachel, Joey, and Phoebe have made a lot of memories.
“The Pilgrims are people from England, and their king wasn’t treating them well so they moved to New York and they sort of took over the African American’s land… And now we call African Americans Indians.”
It’s a day for maize, the Native American word for corn, a turkey dinner, and… brotherhood!
A little bit of technology goes a long way when it comes to 24 hours of uninterrupted family time.
Plus stoned ghost hunters burn down a mansion, amazing man caves in rural Australia, and scientific explanation for why gamers can’t stop playing first-person shooters.
We give thanks for the food on the table, the friends around us, and the range and works of America’s favorite leading man.
Sometimes just being you is enough to be thankful. And sometimes not being these people is even better.
Here are some pop culture topics to help make conversation with everyone at the dinner table. If they fail, there’s always liquor.
Are you #TeamCaramel or #TeamPopcorn? Let the 2013 Turkey Hunger Games begin.
It is not all about the food. (It is mostly about the food)
It’s all fun and games until someone knocks you over for a discounted mini fridge.
What do you mean there’s no such place as Further South Dakota?! [Update: Turns out Americans aren’t so great at Europe either.]
The “Live Every Week Like It’s Shark Week” master also has some thoughts on Turkey Day.
The long forgotten Thanksgiving practice was celebrated during the late 1800s and early 1900s and was a precursor to Halloween.
I’m in the wrong security line? Well, which line is best for a nervous breakdown, then?
Plus revisiting Adam Sandler’s “Thanksgiving Song,” an intriguing study on Facebook statuses, and how stuff went viral in the 1800s.
It is the very BEST Thanksgiving side. End of story.
AKA: The crust lover’s pie. (And if you’re not a crust lover please see yourself out.)