Ah, Thanksgiving, a time to be grateful for all of our blessings. It’s a time to meet together with family, eat delicious food, and reflect on all we have. During these times, we can slow down and truly appreciate all the things we have been given, and thank those in our lives for the ways they have given us a rich, abundant, meaningful life. We all enjoy a brief moment, in our chaotic world, to say thanks.
It almost feels like a sad irony that it’s followed by Black Friday.
Ah, Black Friday, a time to be angry about stuff you can’t get. It’s a time to punch random strangers in the face, yell obscenities, and complain openly about the stuff you don’t have. During these times, we can run like madmen through supermarkets and take stuff from others without remorse, cursing them under our breath for even thinking about buying the stuff we set out for. We all create a brief moment of pure chaos, leaving the cashier wondering if they should even say “thanks for coming”
What even is the appeal of Black Friday? Sure, you can get a flat screen TV for cheap. But the hospital bill you pay to treat your injuries will be much higher! I think we like Black Friday because it’s the only day of the year that we’re allowed to do what we’ve always wanted to do in the store: destroy everything. The whole year, we walk quietly through Walmart, secretly wishing we could tear it apart and steal stuff. Well, Black Friday’s the day when it’s socially acceptable!
Everybody has big fights over big ticket items, like TV’s and gaming consoles. Of course, there are also the sweet old ladies that are just trying to get a good deal on some new towels.
Poor Granny. She never stood a chance.
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• 50% cotton, 50% polyester
• Classic fit
• 1x1 athletic rib knit collar with spandex
• Air-jet spun yarn with a soft feel and reduced pilling
• Double-needle stitched collar, shoulders, armholes, cuffs, and hem