The Tampa Tribune’s food writer since 2005, Jeff Houck covers the way people live through their food. He also hosts the Table Conversations food podcast and believes that everything crunchy is good.
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It’s Almost Thanksgiving. [Everyone Is In Dire Need Of Funny At This Precise Moment In Time]
Posted Nov 21, 2012 by Jeff Houck
Updated Nov 21, 2012 at 08:10 AM
Thanksgiving is coming. Much like the boulder that chases Indiana Jones in “Raiders of the Lost Ark.”
If you haven’t prepared yet, congratulations. You’re part of the 97 percent.
One way you can prepare, other than pickling your liver with adult beverages, is to waste more time reading the rest of this blog post.
I’m here to help. I’m a giver.
First, a visual metaphor for the next 48 hours.
YOU’RE WELCOME, INTERNET!
For the love of all that is holy and sacred…
If you haven’t stopped reading by now - and, really, why haven’t you? - here are the funniest food related tweets of the past week or so. I used to call them Weekend Tweats. Now I call them, “I posted these three days late.”
What should you be thankful for this holiday? Rhetorical questions. And the fact I didn’t store these babies another week in a massive fit of laziness.