Several people on social media have shared their ideas around how to survive Thanksgiving, especially when you have obnoxious relatives who insist on talking about politics at the dinner table. Lefties sharing cartoons about having a productive dinner (because everyone wants to be productive on Thanksgiving) and conservatives advising to just steer clear.
— TheRoadTurducken (@TheRoadbeer) November 23, 2016
Ben Shapiro had another suggestion and while it will definitely make you laugh, we’re not entirely sure it would keep the peace at your dinner table:
My one-step guide to dealing with that obnoxious relative who insists on talking politics at the Thanksgiving table pic.twitter.com/gDmA0SrWNd
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) November 23, 2016
See, Ben Shapiro keeps it real on Thanksgiving.
@benshapiro The Double Bird, before you eat your turkey.
— Lynn Sellick-Lane (@LynnSellickLane) November 23, 2016
There’s a turducken joke here somewhere.
@benshapiro LOL, so true. Political debate is fine, but arguing is never appropriate for the family table. Hate it when people do it.
— khemion✌️ (@khemion_agora) November 23, 2016
@benshapiro I tried that. It doesn't seem to make things better.
— (((Jay Lampert))) (@MortChristenson) November 23, 2016
Gosh, wonder why.
@benshapiro Totally worth putting down the knife & fork for that one. ??
— Kevin Bush (@DEGoalie) November 23, 2016
Not if there’s pumpkin pie.
There is nothing more important than PUMPKIN PIE!
Maybe after the pie is gone?
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