Hello Dear Readers! I love Thanksgiving! It’s one of my favorite holidays. Every year I cook for my family and every year I look forward to it with great pleasure. Maybe a little too much pleasure. That’s why I’ve come up with this list of warning signs on how to tell if you are going to overdo Thanksgiving.
How to Tell if You’re Going to Overdo Thanksgiving
You’ve replaced the phrase “I love you” with the phrase “Olive you”.
You just got back from Potato Mashing Immersion Camp.
You’ve instructed your surgeon to break ground on that new stomach addition.
In preparation for the big feast, you’ve managed to diet down to a size bite.
Even if you were to carry out pi to a million decimals, all forms of pi will be polished off by Friday.
You’ve taken to sleeping on a pillow of mini marshmallows.
Thanks to you and your voluminous Yam Stockpile the earth will be taking 6 days longer to orbit the sun.
You made an appointment with your dentist to get your teeth sharpened.
Your new gravy boat sleeps six.
Your husband, Tom, is slightly worried about you because his name is Bill.
You’ve been preheating your oven since the 4th of July.
You refuse to read, watch or listen to anything that isn’t about Jello.
And the most obvious way to tell if you’re going to overdo Thanksgiving:
Your appendix has been officially called back into active duty for the stomach reserves.
Until next time . . . Olive you
9 thoughts on “Ten Ways to Tell if You’re Overdoing Thanksgiving”
So the geek inside me loves the pi one, but the one that made me laugh out loud was the husband one. So random and odd and perfectly hilarious. Enjoy your Thanksgiving, Linda!
I’m glad you liked it Trent. And the day turned out great! Thanks!
Haha very good! I can relate to the first picture, she looks like she just woke up in the park after a night on the tiles.
Haha! I know! Don’t you just lover her!
Thank you so much!
Some of us actually go into training about mid-September, Thanksgiving Boot Camp, if you will, to prepare for the feast. This rigorous workout requires lots of extra eating, drinking, and napping on the couch. Some people scoff at us, but when the big day comes the Pis are lucky to make it to sundown.
And it’s well worth all that training too. Lately Thanksgiving is edging out Christmas as my favorite holiday by a nose, stomach AND esophagus!