Oh, boy, here we go again…
It’s that time of year where you have to grin and bear it when it comes to dealing with your family.
And, unless you can cancel or decide not to show up for the festivities, the best you can do is keep your mouth shut, don’t start any trouble, and enjoy these funny tweets.
1. You know your role.
Just go with it!
I’m just now realizing that I’m going to be the drunk single aunt every Christmas. Happy holidays
— Ria (@Riaa143) December 25, 2019
2. Pretty much sums it up.
Sounds like a blast!
just remember that thanksgiving is a holiday about, idk? bad food and fighting with your family?
— (not) white European failed male (@femboychef) November 25, 2021
3. Does it happen in your family?
the family tradition of fighting on holidays 😍😍😍🤣🤣🤣
— julia (@juliamariest) November 26, 2021
4. Every family has one.
I hope it’s not you…
I am thinking of hiring myself out as the Drunk Uncle on holidays for the families who don’t have one.
I will sit there and say inappropriate things at odd moments.
Would prefer to be paid in cash.
— John Lurie (@lurie_john) November 28, 2021
5. It’s about to blow up.
Here we go again!
thanksgiving family drama be like: pic.twitter.com/VNZiVCM9Ga
— chloe 🚀 (@lightsabrqueen) November 25, 2021
11. That’s your problem!
remember this holiday season to dress however u want and if ur family judges u that’s on them
— chrissy chlapecka (@chrissychlapp) November 25, 2021
7. All of these things are true.
Just a reminder.
This holiday season, remember:
– You are allowed to say no
– You are allowed to prioritize your needs and health
– You are allowed to cause all the family drama and then leave for another world where you trade your heart to a fire demon and take up in a moving castle
— Katherine 🕯️✨ (@MageOfSolitude) November 29, 2021
8. It’s gonna be a long day.
We hope you make it to dinner.
As the only single person at my family Christmas, I have decided that I will start drinking as soon as I wake up.
— ❥holly (@hollydermody) December 25, 2020
9. Don’t even start with me.
Let’s try to keep it classy this year.
“please pass the salt”
“we said no politics at Thanksgiving”
— Jared Walczak (@JaredWalczak) November 25, 2021
10. You had to do it, right?
You just opened a can of worms.
mom: no politics tonight
me: this casserole reminds me of the bolshevik revolution
— serg (@bonehugsnirony) November 28, 2019
Are you looking forward to the holidays with your family?
Talk to us in the comments and let us know.
We’d love to hear from you!