9 Reasons Your Mom Will Find To Yell At You On Thanksgiving
With Thanksgiving comes lots of bomb food, drinks and desserts. BUT, if you (or your parents) are the host, you have to deal with cleaning, cooking and greeting. It’s not too much stress though, right?…
It starts with stressing over having to clean the entire house before the Thanksgiving dinner.
So you better help your mom out before she goes nuts.
And right away your mom starts to freak out about everything that has to be cooked.
This includes about 4 main dishes and 20+ side dishes, plus dessert and drinks.
You have to make sure you have enough disposable plates and utensils for everyone, or else…
You’ll end up washing dirty dishes till the next morning when everyone else is Black Friday shopping.
On top of that, your mom’s claustrophobia kicks in.
Your house is already small enough. So what if all your family members decide to bring a +1. Where are they supposed to fit?!
Even worse, what if there isn’t enough FOOD?!
This is your mom’s worst nightmare. But who are we kidding? We’re Latino, we always cook in Costco bulk.
Or what if someone overeats and clogs up your toilet?
Don’t act like that’s never happened at one of your family parties.
You know it’s going to be a hassle having to attend to EVERY single person in your family.
This means 20+ kisses, handshakes and hugs when everyone arrives and another 20+ kisses, handshakes and hugs when everyone leaves.
And you’re for sure not looking forward to all the beer bottles you’re going to have to pick up off the ground the next day.
Right about now is when you start to regret hosting the dinner.
Actually, you’re going to have to clean the entire house all over again the next day. It’s a never-ending cycle and that kills you the most.
But Thanksgiving is just the warm-up. Wait until you host Christmas. ????
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