Thanksgiving family drama meme is flooding Twitter as people celebrate together

Thanksgiving is finally here, which means all friends and family get together to be thankful for their blessings. In the midst of this, there have been a few instances of drama erupting among family members, and related memes are already flooding Twitter.

With the Thanksgiving celebration underway, Black Friday is not far off! With this being a long weekend in some states, there’s no doubt that a lot is planned.

In the midst of this, things might get a bit dramatic in some households, and the memes are here to prove just that!

Thanksgiving family drama memes flood the internet

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People have gotten together and celebrated Thanksgiving with their friends and family members, and it looks like some of them are having some dramatic conversations.

Since no family is perfect, it seems these people have already accepted their fate and even made memes out of it. Some of them can be seen below:

The drama is facing a long weekend

With Black Friday falling the day after Thanksgiving, 20 states across the US are able to enjoy a long weekend, which means you’ll have plenty of time to relax and settle down after confronting family drama you’re dealing with may have met.

The states that consider Black Friday a holiday are California, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Maine. This also includes Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania. Finally, it is also a public holiday in South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.

You can enjoy huge discounts and online sales

Black Friday opens the doors for all shoppers to enjoy the best deal of the year as millions of brands have items on sale.

From Adidas to Amazon, people can enjoy great discounts on their favorite items. Additionally, some of the streaming services also have discounts on their annual subscriptions to ensure people can enjoy their time watching their favorite shows.

These sales usually begin days before Black Friday and typically draw large crowds. If you want to get your hands on some items, it’s not too late. But hurry while supplies last!

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