It’s pretty clear from reading his advice column in The New York Times Thursday that Philip Galanes was joking about drugging the meal this Thanksgiving. “I assume you’ve considered (and rejected, for your own good reasons) the obvious solution here: Make the stuffing with chestnuts and Xanax, and turn down the heat on your holiday,” he advises.

Someone working social media at the Times doesn’t understand the importance of context:

Oops. In other news, rapper and YouTube star Lil Peep, 21, was found dead Wednesday night, most likely from an overdose of Xanax.

Even without that context, it’s still a bad, bad tweet.

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