Difficult in-laws, political arguments and misbehaving kids are often a typical part of a family's Thanksgiving celebration. In their latest parody, a Thanksgiving-themed mashup of hit songs, the Holderness family sings of all the very real struggles that come with turkey day, from grandparents who can't figure out how to work the remote control to failed attempts at cooking.
Every year, there’s a highly-anticipated, hard-to-get toy on the holiday wish list. This year, it’s the tiny, robotic monkeys known as Fingerlings. And for once, I thought I was on the ball, having ordered a Fingerling for each of my kids through a third-party seller on Amazon back in September. Turns out these sellers, who claim to have shipped my Fingerlings from China, are issuing refunds to lots of parents like me. Why?
To gain inspiration for their latest parody video, comedians Leeann Dearing and Michelle Fortin only had to take a peek at their own farmhouse-decorated homes. "We simply looked around and realized Joanna Gaines was everywhere," Dearing, who posts comedic videos and parodies with her partner Michelle Fortin at Leeann and Michelle Think They're Funny, told TODAY Home. "Shiplap, gray paint, open shelving, open concept, barn doors, mason jars — this is real.
@bonnieplants Can you tell me what this is? I think collards? We bought fall veggies on a date night (🍷 was involved) and it didn’t have a tag/identifier in it when we got it home... https://t.co/AeolBnR089
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