Thanksgiving As Told By 'Modern Family'
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Thanksgiving As Told By 'Modern Family'

Because we all love our families, right?

Thanksgiving As Told By 'Modern Family'

Everyone loves Thanksgiving, let's be real.

It's that sweet time of year where you can eat everything you want and no one can judge you, and if they judge you, you can just tell them you're being festive. SO here's Thanksgiving in a nutshell, as told by the popular television show, "Modern Family."

Waking up and realizing all the good food your body is about to be blessed with.

When people keep asking when the food will be ready and your mom finally snaps at them..

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While waiting for food you're forced to sit with your family and socialize, which wouldn't be so bad..if the election wasn't a few weeks ago.. So now you're sitting in the middle of a heated debate about Trump VS Hillary.

Isn't this a day where were suppose to be thankful...?

Mom: The food's ready, let's eat!

But then everyone decides to take their time in line and have conversations while you're waiting on THE GLORIOUS SWEET POTATO CRUNCH.


When you're finally at the table ready to eat and your uncle starts asking "Why is school taking you so long?" or making remarks about how you'll never graduate, so you hit him with..

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And finally...When you realize just how much turkey you really ate..

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