6 Questions You Hate Hearing on Thanksgiving
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6 Questions You Hate Hearing on Thanksgiving

We all hate the confrontation of the Holidays. Here is a list of a the things that sting the most.

6 Questions You Hate Hearing on Thanksgiving

1. "So, how is school/college/work?" Most of us hate having to answer this question. No I don't want to talk about how I stayed up until 3 a.m. last week studying for an exam just to get a 79 on it. And no, I don't care to share about how utterly boring my job is.

2. "Do you have a boyfriend/girlfriend yet?" Or, "Why didn't you invite him/her?" Well, if I don't have a significant other, the last thing I want is my Grandma rubbing it in. And if I do have one, I am only trying to spare them by not letting them come.

3. "Wow, you've really grown up! Looks like you've been eating good!" Now, this one isn't a question, but its something we all hate hearing. THANK YOU FOR REMINDING ME I'M GETTING FAT.

4. "So how about that election?" No, just no. It still hurts. It is still a fresh wound. Don't even ask. No. I refuse.

5. This one is for all of you college students: "Are you behaving at school? You better not be out partying every night!" I really don't care to even comment on this. Just smile. That should subdue the person asking long enough for you to flee.

6. And finally: "It seems like you're hardly ever around. Why don't you visit more often?" Because when I do I am forced to answer all of these stupid questions!

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