Getting together with extended family to overeat and overdrink around the holidays may seem like a good idea in theory. But as everyone knows, it's often a recipe for disaster. And Thanksgiving is particularly notorious for stoking the flames of family drama. It seems there's no amount of tryptophan strong enough to subdue the long-simmering resentments of family members who haven't been in the same room for a while.
In a popular Reddit thread, someone asked: "What was your thanksgiving drama this year?"
1.) From persondude27:
My 21-year old sister will graduate from college in less than a month. My brother congratulated her on being the first person in our family to graduate college without getting pregnant.
Turns out that's not true. She started sobbing and got in her car and drove away. Whoops.