ANSWERS: 30
  • not unless I had a busty blond at my side
  • Maybe to slip some arsenic in their turkey.
  • In our family? Hell no! My dad would kick his face and/or his ass (that's if he doesn't kill him). :P
  • Probably not...
  • No. Thanksgiving for what?
  • I don't think so.
  • No. I would never forgive the wife...but if it was my brother eventually I would. But to be as disrespectful as throw it in my face. nO.
  • I think I'd be doing Thanksgiving in Aspen or "Anywhere Else" instead. If it bums you out to be around them, don't force it. If you have some vacation time, get away and go somewhere and have some fun.
  • Yes. I would go and let them be the ones to not show their faces. After all, i would have done nothing wrong. It is they who should be ashamed in front of the family.
  • Probably not this year.
  • Damn... if that happened to me, I'd have to ask my parents not to include THEM, perhaps until your wounds have healed some. After all, they did a bad, bad thing. For you to be left out in the cold on Thanksgiving would be terrible. Or, maybe invite your Mom and Dad (or everyone but them) over to your place for turkey... Sounds uncharitible, I know... but I can't stand that shit.
  • Yes!! it would be my ex and brother who would be excluded.
  • If they were welcome at my parents house I would not go. But then again They would NOT be welcome at MY parents house. So there you have it. The real issue would be why would your parents have them their after what they did to you?
  • Nope. Only one person stuffing the same bird at Thanksgiving for me.
  • With all the cutlery, available...is it really a wise idea? JK I think thats too much to handle all at once. It would depend on how much time had passed since all this madness went down.
  • only to staple someones head to a chair.
  • you should be able to but THEY should not be allowed. what they did is totally going against any family value at all. that is absolutely horrible to have to go through and if they love eachother as much as they say and were able to hurt you over it then they should probably just disappear for awhile. its not fair to you to feel uncomfortable for something they did.
  • Of course not...that is betrayal by two people close to you...I would never appear anywhere with those two evil lustful, dishonorable and superficial people. You deserve to surround yourself with valuable, worthwhile people..if they are invited to family gatherings, make yourself unavailable forever. Harsh? I don't think so.
  • That would be asking too much for thankful is not what I would be feeling.
  • I don't think there'd be enough room in the trailor for all of us.
  • Just wow. That's straight out of a greek tragedy! The short answer would be "Why, no. No I could not." and that's me being honest.
  • My answer is after dinner TACKLE FOOTBALL (HARD)REAL HARD with a knee and a elbow or two!
  • that mess sounds like a friend of mine... yes go to thanksgiving dinner. dont seprate your self. keep your distance and forgive and leave him and her alone
  • Unless you're banging her sister and you bring her as well, that's a major negative ghost rider.
  • No..even though they probably deserve one another. They are the ones who shouldn't have the nerve to come...together anyway. I would have the dinner at my house and all who wanted to get together would be welcome..except for those two. Love or no love..there are some things you just should NOT do.
  • That's a heavy cross to bear since blood is thicker than water. It depends on if you have the personal pride to put it past you and show your brother and ex you have moved on to bigger and better. If not, avoid the family affairs and find a new s/o to hang with. These type of affairs are more common lately and unfortunately every meets their soul mate later in life or as a rebound from someone else. Show up with a hot escort one day and blow them all away. That might give you a short boost of self-esteem.
  • hmmm...hard, u should find yourself a wife then it will be better
  • Wow, that would be really hard to do. Maybe once I had found love again I'd be able to, but it would be really difficult.
  • No. I would not go & I would think the family would understand why.
  • I think no. The whole thing would forever be odd. Its jsut not worth it, go to thanksgiving with your best friend and his family, at least there you can be happy and enjoy the occasion, which would also happen to be the whole point of the holiday anyway.

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