1. Thanksgiving is the wrong day.
Granted, the date changes every year, but if you're going for timely, at least be accurate for 2012.
2. "Dance Until Dawn" shirt.
She has a 10 p.m. bedtime, but she's pulling it off.
3. January was not New Year's.
OK, January was New Year's Day, but those kids are clearly celebrating New Year's Eve. More calendar confusion.
4. Nicole is cooking Thanksgiving dinner by herself.
Where are her parents? Is Patrice Wilson her legal guardian? Shouldn't someone be supervising?
5. The "we, we, we" refrain.
Patrice is basically plagiarizing his song "Friday," but hey, whatever it takes to make lightning strike twice. (Lightning is internet vitriol directed at young girls.)
6. Patrice is still hanging out with children.
One adult with a group of kids is never a good look.
7. None of these kids have families.
Like Nicole, the young people present at this Thanksgiving dinner are apparently orphans. How else to explain what they're all doing at their friend's house on a day reserved for families.
8. Patrice Wilson's Fourth of July hat.
All true patriots should own one.
9. Patrice Wilson's turkey suit.
He is putting everyone else to shame with his commitment to festivity.
10. Nicole's friends are vaguely horrified by her rapping.
Note the expressions on their faces. It's as though Nicole is speaking in tongues.
11. The rap.
"Can't be hateful, gotta be grateful, gotta be grateful, can't be hateful, mashed potatoes on my on my table."
12. Some of these lyrics just don't make sense.
"I've got ribs smelling up my neighbors' cribs."
13. Nicole is uncomfortably sincere.
Did someone give her a kidney transplant? The earnestness with which she gives thanks is a little unsettling. Kids aren't supposed to be this grateful about anything.
14. The turkey drumstick microphone.
Vegetarians just don't look as cool when they sing into carrots.