Note: When readers choose to buy the awesome products featured here, we might earn affiliate commissions that support our work.


Thanksgiving Was Ruined


Even talking politics at the dinner table isn’t as destructive as this. What kind of monster would do such a thing?

(via Reddit)


You know that sleepy feeling you get after eating waaay too much food on Thanksgiving? Vat19, purveyors of giant gummy products, have a solution.

To celebrate Thanksgiving at Vat19, we prepared an epic Candy Feast featuring a 20-Pound Gummy Turkey, Gravy Bubbles, Chocolate Chip Cookie Stuffing, Gummy Cranberry Sauce, Pumpkin Pie Soda, and much more!

That means your traditional post-dinner nap will be replaced by running through the street naked screaming “it’s in my veins!”. Watch the feast come together below. [click to continue…]


Thanksgiving can be a royal pain in the ass for the person that’s doing the cooking. If that person is you, you might want to consider running your kitchen on dog power. This brilliant and unsanitary idea wasn’t brought to us by Elon Musk (he missed the boat on it), but Joseph Herscher of Joseph’s Machines. See how his method works below. [click to continue…]

assassin's creed pie insult

Assassin’s Creed spread some holiday cheer on Thanksgiving by sharing a picture of a pie decorated with the game’s logo. Lovely, no? When they posted the picture on Facebook, one commenter took the opportunity to make a crack about their games:

I wouldn’t eat that. If it’s anything like your game, it’s full of bugs.

D’oh. You have to admit – it’s pretty funny.

(via Gamefreaks)

laser etched pumpkin pie

Pumpkin pies don’t get decorated often enough, and when they do, it’s usually with leaves cut out of pie dough. The Quirky YouTube channel went a different route and put the Mayflower onto their Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, and they used a laser-cutting machine to burn the image onto the pie’s surface. It’s silly, but nifty.

Watch the laser cutter go to work in the video after the break.

[click to continue…]

deep fried thanksgiving dinner

It’s time to deal with Thanksgiving leftovers. While heating up your turkey, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce in the microwave is a fine option, you can get more creative. Amy of Oh Bite It decided to see what the leftovers would be like stuffed into some dough and deep fried.

She put together a bowl of Thanksgiving dinner (this is not for those of you who don’t like different kinds of food to be mixed), stuffed them into circles of crescent dough, and fried them in hot oil. I’m intrigued. Heck, it could improve the taste of bland food.

Get the complete recipe at Oh Bite It.

tiny hamster thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is nearly here, and humans aren’t the only ones enjoying feasts. YouTuber Hello Denizen is at it again and has created a miniature Thanksgiving meal for Tiny Hamster and friends. A bunny, rat, and another hamster sit down at the table and enjoy a specially made, itty bitty meal. It’s as precious as it sounds.

Watch the adorable video after the break.

[click to continue…]


It’s a bit of a chore to prepare a whole turkey, what with the basting and seasoning, and cooking for hours. This year, try making a “Hot Durkey” with all the fixings including buns, pickles, and a big pile of fries. Oscar Mayer may have just created the perfect Thanksgiving feast for lazy chefs.

See the full recipe after the break.

[click to continue…]


Talk about Frankenstein-style pastries. Zucker Bakery created a special kind of pastry for Thanksgiving: It’s a traditional Jewish sufganiyah that’s stuffed with all the classic Thanksgiving foods.

There are four varieties: spiced pumpkin-flavored dough with a turkey and gravy filling; spiced pumpkin with a turkey and cranberry filling; spiced pumpkin with a cranberry filling and sweet potato with a toasted-marshmallow filling. Brilliant, I say! Keep up the good work, Zucker.

Check out more pics after the break…

[click to continue…]

Larry David is obviously disappointed that he wasn’t able to sit down with Dr. Katz to share stories about Thanksgiving with his neurotic, confrontational family. That must be why he created this sketch for Funny or Die that could have been lifted directly from Katz’ late 90s squigglevision cartoon series.

Check it out after the break.

[click to continue…]