HILARIOUS!
Parody to
John Lennon’s
COLD TURKEY
about
Thanksgiving Dinner
Family Dysfunction

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I’m Packing
My Bags…
These Are
The Coolest
Places On Earth!

From a circus town in Florida to a Dwarf metropolis in China, we take you around the globe as we look at 10 of the most bizarre places to live on the planet.

Would you let us know in the comments which town you would like to live in?

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Here is a List of
Thanksgiving
Myths and Legends
That Might
Surprise You!

1. Thanksgiving Has Been Celebrated Every Year Since 1621

1 Thanksgiving Has Been Celebrated Every Year Since 1621THE MYTH: Thanksgiving has been celebrated consistently since its first event as an magnificent feast together when the Pilgrims and Indians ate at the same table.

THE TRUTH: Up until the 1940’s, Thanksgiving had a sparse history of being praised. After the first Thanksgiving, thought to happen in late September or early October, there were intermittent festivals of thanksgiving for good farming harvests among the 13 Colonies, and the First National Proclamation of Thanksgiving was proclaimed in 1777.

Up until the onset of the Civil War, there was a random assortment of national days of prayer, humiliation, and thanksgiving.” A few of the presidents celebrated them consistently every year, some never acknowledged some of the holidays we celebrate these days.

2. Thanksgiving Always is the 4th Thursday in November

2 Thanksgiving is Always the 4th Thursday in NovemberTHE MYTH: Thanksgiving has consistently been on the Fourth Thursday of November.

THE TRUTH: Thanksgiving was celebrated on an extensive variety of days in November until the Civil War. At that point, a tribute to the nations unity, President Lincoln declared a national Thanksgiving Day, to be praised on the LAST Thursday in November 1863. The future Presidents proceeded with President Lincoln’s proclamation, but President Roosevelt set the occasion as occurring on the Fourth Thursday of November in 1939.

November had five Thursdays that year, and Roosevelt didn’t need retailers to lose the important opportunity for a week of Christmas sales. Actually, for a couple of years after that, the occasion occurred on the next to the last Thursday of the month, and it was just in 1941 that Roosevelt officially signed a government law making the Fourth Thursday in November the official day Thanksgiving would be commended from that day forward.

3. The Clothes that Pilgrim’s Wore

3 pilgrim-clothing-photo-u2THE MYTH: Pilgrims wore their ordinary dress of high contrast black & white suits, and tall buckled hats with black shoes.

THE TRUTH: This was really a famous fashion in Britain, however, not until the 1700’s. It went into present day (at the time) portrayals of the first Pilgrims in America, yet its not what they really wore. Metal buckles would be excessively pricy to wear for everyday, and the black and white suits, likewise very costly to make, would have been worn for more church gatherings on Sundays and special occasions.

The rest of the week, early American Pilgrims wore the colorful clothing that they had brought with them from across the big pond.

4. Feasting to Celebrate Thankfulness

4 dining-in-gratitude-photo-u1THE MYTH: The 1st Thanksgiving was based on two separate cultures coming together  in appreciation.

THE TRUTH: The 1st feast where the Pilgrims and native American Indians took place was really a harvest celebration. Any celebration to give thanks to God would have been an entirely religious occasion that would be only for white settlers,and at that time partying and  enjoyment was not permitted. Only focused on prayer and dignity with respect to the church.It is much more probable that the Pilgrims were celebrating the exceptional harvest from this new land they are living off of, when the Indians stopped by to see what all the noise was from the Pilgrim’s clamor and gun shots. They were permitted to stay, and a thus the myth was conceived.
5.  Huge Gathering and Feasting

5 a-huge-sit-down-dinner-photo-u1THE MYTH: Pilgrims and Indians sat down to supper together at a gigantic table overflowing with delicious food and forks, knives and spoons.

THE TRUTH: The harvest party of 1621 was a three-day celebration, with individuals coming and going throughout the celebration, eating wherever they discovered room, most likely with their bare hands. The Pilgrims in the New World unquestionably didn’t bring extravagant china and silver with them, and would have made meals that could be eaten by hand and carried around easily.

6. Turkey Makes You Tired

6 turkey-makes-you-sleepy-photo-u2THE MYTH: The tryptophan in turkey makes you drowsy.

THE TRUTH: This is actually true, however not as society views it. The tryptophan in turkey does help make serotonin, which is a key hormone in managing slumber. Yet the turkey would need to be consumed on an entirely empty stomach, and won’t really affect your brain chemicals if you are hording a lot of other foods with the turkey.The drowsy feeling from consuming a ton of turkey is more probable a blend of things such as fatigue from a sometimes stressful day of being around family, liquor use, and the general tiredness that originates from consuming an excessive amount of food and the body needs to use blood that is being used by the brain (resulting in less blood in the brain) is now redirected to the digestive framework.
7. The Typical Thanksgiving Menu

7 the-thanksgiving-menu-photo-u1THE MYTH: The official Thanksgiving Dinner consists of turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and pumpkin pie in light of the fact that the Pilgrims and Indians consumed it together.

THE TRUTH: Our customary Thanksgiving menu is built considerably more with respect to what’s for the most part served at New England fall harvest celebrations, and has gotten to be enormously redone by different regions throughout America. Depictions of the 1st Thanksgiving incorporate notice of fowl, yet not exactly turkey after all. Pumpkin may have been served, however not in any sort of solidified pie structure, while the locally grown vegetables and even fish would have had prominent spot at the banquet.

What’s more, sweet potatoes weren’t brought into America until long after the Pioneers arrived in New England, being because it had been brought there by Spanish settlers on their way back to Europe from South America.

8. President Truman’s Turkey Pardon
8 truman-s-turkey-pardon-photo-u1THE MYTH: Harry Truman was the first American President to offer an officially pardon a turkey from slaughter, he picked between two turkeys one to be spared in 1947.THE TRUTH: This is one of the more common urban legends that goes around consistently. It’s halfway genuine, however for the most part false. 1947 was the first year that a free turkey was supplied to the White House, however the winged creature was for Christmas, not Thanksgiving, and it wasn’t pardoned, it was consumed by the President and his family on Christmas.While a few presidents playfully alluded to turkeys they weren’t going to consume as being “pardoned,” the first president to truly pardon and save a turkey in a White House was incredibly recent! George  W. Bush in 1989.
9. Thanksgiving False Flag Attack

9 thanksgiving-false-flag-attack-photo-u1THE MYTH: The United States government is arranging a Thanksgiving false flag attack to development their motivation of endlessly taking away our rights and/or starting wars.

THE TRUTH: You can go back in time to 2008 to discover different affirmations that an enormous false flag attack was going to occur on Thanksgiving of that year. The same unclear doomsday argument is repeated consistently, and is never even talked about when it doesn’t happen.

10. Obama’s Pardoned Turkey was Killed Anyway

10 obama-s-pardoned-turkey-was-killed-anyway-photo-u2THE MYTH: A turkey that had been “pardoned” by President Obama was put down in spite of his pardon.

THE TRUTH: One might say, all exonerated turkeys in the long run pass on. However, doubtlessly, the turkey that was pardoned in 2012 by President Obama, named Cobbler, was euthanized the following summer. The purpose behind this is basic: it was sick and dieing, as the turkeys reproduced for use on Thanksgiving are intended to just live for couple of years. All of the acquitted turkeys kick the bucket not long after their pardoning ceremony, which is entirely for show.

11. Stealth Halal Turkeys

11 stealth-halal-turkeys-photo-u1THE MYTH: Turkey farmers are giving in to Muslims and are secretly giving Americans halal fledglings slaughtered in compliance with Islamic laws.

THE TRUTH: The “stealth halal turkey” meme begins with Pamela Geller the essayist and noted adversary of all things Islam. On her website, Geller tells of activist Islam “on the march” as exemplified by turkeys being butchered to affirm to Islamic halal details. Geller contemplated that we were all subtly consuming terrorist turkey, and to blacklist Butterball particularly.

Notwithstanding, Geller misses various focuses in her meander, the slightest of which is that Muslim dietary laws are practically precisely the same as Jewish dietary laws, and few individuals outside of the most vigorous white supremacists would shrug off the thought of consuming a turkey that happens to be butchered in a fit strategy.

While Butterball does confirm some of its turkeys Kosher, it would not make sense that all Thanksgiving turkeys be affirmed either Kosher or halal, that would be unreasonably expensive. Likewise, consuming meat that happens to be halal doesn’t make one Muslim, any longer than consuming meat that happens to be Kosher makes one Jewish.

12. Black Friday is the Most Lucrative Shopping Day of the Year
12 black-friday-is-the-most-lucrative-shopping-day-of-the-year-photo-u1THE MYTH: The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving is the most lucrative retail shopping day of the year.THE TRUTH: Notwithstanding the enormous media buildup over post-Thanksgiving deals, sales, human stampedes, and people embarrassing themselves for 20% off an iPod, The day after Thanksgiving wasn’t generally the most lucrative day of the shopping season. The days paving the way up to Christmas have far more sales. Up until 2003, the Saturday before Christmas generally won the “prize” of seeing a greater number of dollars spent than on any other day of the year.Actually, before 2002, Black Friday following Thanksgiving never came in higher than fourth in amount of sales. In any case, the determined drive to huge sales and get more people flooding into stores earlier in the Christmas season, and Black Friday following Thanksgiving did turn into the busiest shopping day of the year in 2003, a questionable honor it has held consistently every year since then, with the exception of 2004. But, in the end, the days paving the way to Christmas still see the most enormous consumer spending.
13. Why is it Called Black Friday?

13 black-friday-s-name-photo-u1THE MYTH: Black Friday got its name from either being the day slaves were liberated or the day stores went into the dark for the year.

THE TRUTH: The “Black Friday” name is something that no one can truly clarify the beginnings of, however we know a considerable amount about where it didn’t originate from. For one thing, it has literally nothing to do with slaves. It was initially referenced in a 1951 daily newspaper article, and didn’t significantly allude to shopping, just to being a day when many employees called in sick.

It later was utilized contemptuously as a part of Philadelphia to allude to the giant swarms of people and massive traffic jams that came about because of Black Friday shopping. Also, the reference to stores being in the black didn’t show up in the news until the 1990’s, long after the term had become popular.

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These Magnificent Animals
Have The Most Amazing
Long Stylish Hair.

They Are All So Beautiful!

1. Long-Haired Guinea Pig
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5. Hairy Caterpillar

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6. Polish Buff Laced Chicken

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7. Afghan Hound

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8. Spotted Apatelodes Caterpillar

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9. White Silkie (bantam) Hen

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10. Duster Budgie

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11. Fluffy Hamster Eating Brocolli

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These are Most Awesome!
I Would Love to Live in One of These!

1. Maryland
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Sitting quietly on Holland Island, Maryland, this old rustic house once was an immaculate secluded spot of peacefulness. Tragically, it rotted away and collapsed into pieces in 2010.

2. Vietnam
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This cute hut is utilized by ranchers who work at rice fields in Mu Cang Cahi, outside of northeastern Vietnam.

3. Georgia
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This structure is a church congregation committed to “Maximus the Confessor” perched on the top of the Katskhi pillar, a natural occurring limestone monument found in the western region of Georgia.

4. Faroe Islands
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Those of you who need to be completely certain to have no human preoccupation ought to certainly visit this little home on the Faroe Islands.

5. Italy
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This photo has not been photoshopped. It is a real building that exists called Eremo di San Colombano, a religious community the north of Italy. For a hundreds of years, it has been utilized by monks and loners.

6. France
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Resembling all loner’s fantasy, this breathtaking home can be found on a little French isle called Ile de Holy person Cado.

7. Iceland
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Set in Iceland’s picturesque countryside, this beautiful home is really a turf church chapel constructed in 1884.

8. Wales
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Nicknamed “The Hobbit House”, this fairytale looking cabin is found in a beautiful forest in Wales. Constructed with greatest respect for the nature, the house provides for its inhabitants an exceptional chance to actually live in the heart of nature.

9. Mexico
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To delight in a couple of unwinding days of isolation in this truly romantic shoreline cabin, you would have to take a trip to Mexico.

10. Switzerland
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Known as the “Solvay Hut”, this cottage is found on the northeastern edge of Matterhorn Mountain, Switzerland. Roosted at the fantastic high mountain ridge at an astounding height of 4,003 meters (13,133 feet), the cottage can comfortably fit 10 bold and physically fit isolation seekers.

11. Ireland
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This cute houses is found, covered up in forest close to the town of Stradbally, midlands of Ireland. Living in this house must be so romantic and peaceful.

12. New Zealand
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Constructed in 1962, this adorable mountain cabin can be utilized by hikers and is absolutely free. It sits close to the highest point of the Mount Brown, New Zealand, the cottage is furnished with all the vital things to offer a cozy and warm stay overlooking  the amazing surrounding natural beuaty.

13. Portugal
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In the event that you need to be truly certain you will have no troublesome neighbors, build something like this stone house fabricated between two monster boulders on an isolated hill in northern Portugal.

14. Florida
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Those tired of the city rushing about in Florida would really love something like this unique house in Key West.

15. Scotland
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This mysterious house in the woods is a pleasant get away for isolation seekers in Scotland.

 
16. Switzerland
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Unsurpassed panoramic views and supreme peace and calm profound in nature – that is the wonderful thing that this fabulous cottage in Sulwald, Switzerland offers.

17. Australia
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There are numerous isolated houses in Australia’s “Outback”. This charming red house is among them.

18. Romania
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This minimal country home tucked away up in the Apuseni Mountains in Romania is more suitable for terror film fans than romantic recluses. Separated from the frightful haze, this location is a part of the Transylvania area, home to the infamous vampire “Dracula”.

19. Greece
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Constructed in 1476, this outstanding building is The Holy Trinity Monastery located in Greece. It sits on a 400 m. (1,300 ft.) high gigantic rock, the monastery used to be open by means of a net and primitively made rope ladder. Today, the passage to the building is accessed by climbing 140 steps carved deep into the pinnacle rock.

20. Austria
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Living in a house at the junction has a totally new significance for the inhabitants of this pleasant house in Salzburg, Austria.

21. Iceland
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Yes, that minute little white spot in the focal point of the gigantic bluff is indeed a house. To experience what it is to be a genuine recluse, you need to come to Vestmannaeyjar archipelago that lays off the south bank of Iceland.

22. India
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Secluded property in a remote mountain town of Munnar in the Indian state of Kerala.

23. Hungary
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This one of a kind house of complete isolation can be found out in the middle of a Hungarian field.

24. Norway
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Planned by Swedish engineer Erik Kolman Janouch, this wooden yet completely functional and overall well equipped twofold lodge is spotted on a detached isle in northern Norway.

25. Serbia
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Is there much else sentimental than going through a weekend with your lover in this most beautiful, stunning house roosted on a rock amidst the Drina Stream in Serbia?

 
 
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3D Tattoos

Look at how REAL these look! Amazing Body Art!

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Here’s Some Great Jokes!
Happy Holidays!!

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TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #1
Just before Thanksgiving, we have received an early weather report from our in-house weather reporters. This is weather report that you should email,tweet, or skype to your Mom.

This Thursday Turkeys will thaw in the morning then warm in the oven to an afternoon high near 190F. The kitchen will turn hot and humid and if you bother the cook be ready for a severe
squall or cold shoulder.

During the late afternoon and evening the cold front of a knife will slice through the turkey causing an accumulation of one to two inches on plates. Mashed potatoes will drift across one side while cranberry sauce creates slippery spots on the other. Please pass the gravy.

A weight watch and indigestion warning have been issued for the entire area with increased stuffiness around the beltway. During the evening the turkey will diminish and taper off to leftovers dropping to a low of 34F in the refrigerator.

Looking ahead to Friday and Saturday high pressure to eat sandwiches will be established. Flurries of leftovers can be
expected both days with a 50 percent chance of scattered soup late in the day. We expect a warming trend where soup develops. By early next week eating pressure will be low as the only wish left will be the bone.

TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #2
Knock, knock!
Who’s there?
Arthur.
Arthur who?
Arthur any leftovers?

TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #3
Two Cannibals are having Thanksgiving Dinner…
One turns to the other and says: “You know I just can’t stand my mother-in-law.”
The other replies: “Then try the mash potatoes.”

TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #4
Why did they let the turkey join the band?
Because he had the drumsticks!

TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #5
It was just after Black Friday following Thanksgiving in a local county courthouse where a judge was questioning a stupid looking prisoner.

He asked the prisoner who was in the dock ‘What are you charged with?’
The prisoner wise cracked ‘Doing my Christmas shopping too early’.
‘That’s no crime’ said the judge. ‘Just how early were you doing this shopping?’
‘Before the shop opened’ answered the prisoner with a silly grin.

TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #6
You know you’re American when you line up at 3am on Black Friday so that you can save $5 at Walmart!

TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #7
Why did the police arrest the turkey?
They suspected it of fowl play.

TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #8
Why do turkeys always go “gobble gobble”?
Because they never learned good table manners

TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #9
Why did the turkey cross the road?
It was the chicken’s day off.

TOP 10 Funny Thanksgiving Joke #10
‘Twas the night of Thanksgiving But I just couldn’t sleep.
I tried counting backwards I tried counting sheep
The leftovers beckoned — The dark meat and white
But I fought the temptation with all of my might.

Tossing and turning with anticipation
The thought of a snack became infatuation.
So I raced to the kitchen Flung open the door
And gazed at the fridge full of goodies galore.
I gobbled up turkey and buttered potatoes
Pickles and carrots beans and tomatoes.

I felt myself swelling so plump and so round
Till all of a sudden I rose off the ground !!

I crashed through the ceiling. Floating into the sky.
With a mouthful of pudding and a handful of pie
But I managed to yell as I soared past the trees

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!

 

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WARNING: ADULT LANGUAGE!!!

Angry Grandpa Ruins Thanksgiving LOL….
The End is HILARIOUS!

Damn! Give this guy a Quaalude!
Anyone Want Some Marshmallow Souffle?

LOL Watching this just released all my tension LMAO!


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Best Funny Banned Commercials of 2013

Oh… Come on..
Just run these commercials!

These are GREAT! LOL

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