7 Thanksgiving social media posts to make you laugh

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It’s one of the biggest holiday days of the year for our American readers tomorrow – Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving is a day for spending time with family and eating as much as you can – although, as we showed in our article yesterday, turkey might be off the menu soon as the birds are fighting back.

Of course, in our consumer-driven world of today, Thanksgiving is also a day to prepare for the day that follows it –Black Friday, when everybody goes crazy for bargains.

As well as providing indigestion to many, Thanksgiving now provides many laughs to the internet in the form of #ThanksgivingFails, like some of the Thanksgiving fails below.

Like this sign, which hurts the eyes of a sub-editor like myself.

The person who devised this image for the Turkey Hooker packaging really has a lot to answer for.

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Image via Imgur

As does the person who thought this creepy image was something anyone would want to see.

Image via Imgur

Image via Imgur

Meanwhile, these kids clearly know what Thanksgiving is all about – expressing thanks for the things that are important to you.

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Image via IHeartChaos

 

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Image via Imgur

This Facebook user, however, appears to have forgotten many of their past Thanksgivings.

Image via cheezburger.com

Image via cheezburger.com

While this savvy commenter expresses what we all know the true meaning of Thanksgiving to be…

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So, go forth and enjoy Thanksgiving – and maybe stay off social media for the day.

Gigglebit is Siliconrepublic.com’s daily dose of the funny and fantastic in science and tech, to help start your day on a lighter note.

Burnt turkey image via Shutterstock

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Brigid O Gorman is the sub-editor of Siliconrepublic.com

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