Things can get a bit awkward when guests are not aware of their hosts' religious practices.
“One time my sisters friends family came over for dinner. [Note] that we are a religious family and they are not . so my mom said ‘everyone its time to say grace’ my sisters friend stood up and said ‘Grace’. now every year as a joke we say ‘grace’ before eating” – @stanger_fanz
This mom in command won't live down this hilariously awkward one-liner.
This grandpa has an unconventional pre-feast toast that he repeats year after year.
“My grandfather would start off every meal by treating it like a funeral for the turkey, ‘We’re gathered here today to remember Gobbles. He was a fine bird who lived a fattening life. His dying wish was to have us feast upon his flesh. Let’s honor his memory.'”[email protected]abledexteacher
Grandma knows that if the recipe ain't broke, you shouldn't try and fix it.
“The ONE year we put marshmallows on the sweet potatoes, we walked away for 5 minutes and came back to find the marshmallows on fire and my grandma just watching it happen”- Jenny Moss
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