Twitter user Beetaylora recently tweeted that she pays $30 for a plate of food at Thanksgiving with her family, and it quickly turned into a heated debate.
Some couldn't wrap their heads around family members actually charging people for food.
Isn't showing up and dealing with family drama payment enough?
While others defended the payment by describing just how much money goes into cooking the dinner.
The discussion definitely required some follow-up questions.
And some logistics needed to be worked out.
Of course, there are always some loopholes around paying.
But if you do pay, you have to make sure you're getting your money's worth.
And if you can afford it, why not go all out and pay for that VIP treatment?
Personally I've never paid, but now I'm thinking maybe I owe my family a lot of interest on Thanksgiving payments.
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So do you pay your family for Thanksgiving dinner?
vote votesHell yeah I do!
vote votesHell no I don't!
vote votesI don't pay, but I definitely bring sides to eat!