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13 tweets that will make you wish Thanksgiving wasn't next week

Thanksgiving is time for family, lots of good food, conversation and of course pie. But a hashtag game that started on Twitter today shows that a lot of people have a more negative view of the holiday.

With Thanksgiving only one week away, it shouldn't be a surprise that people are starting to talk about it on social networks. Getting together with family for a huge meal can be a great thing, but it also can be...not so great.

Someone on Twitter started a hashtag game called #OverheardAtThanksgivingDinner and it's up to almost 6,000 tweets as of this writing. It seems that while some people have nice things to say, most are gearing up for a rough holiday. In other words, the reactions are mostly negative, but they're also pretty funny.

Let's see what people are saying.

You know people will talk politics:

It's not all bad, but it took some searching:

Of course, once dinner is over, someone always says it: