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Watch: Larry David's Thanksgiving Special

“That’s the one thing we had in common, dark meat.” We’ve all been there, Larry.

Thanksgiving in the U.S. is a day of feasting, family gatherings, and some heavy labour in the kitchen. Not to mention the odd squabble: is dark meat better than white meat? Do we really have to make that sickly sweet potato dish with marshmallow fluff on top?  Is it actually unsafe to cook the stuffing inside the body cavity? (But it tastes so much better... the risks seem worth it).

Like any normal family, comedian Larry David’s Brooklyn shindigs were rife with gasto-opinionating and intra-familial discomfort. But still, good(ish) times were usually had by all. Ah, nostalgia. Happy Thanksgiving everybody.


Source: Funny or Die

Charlotte Simmonds is a writer and blogger living in London. She was formerly an editorial assistant at the New Statesman. You can follow her on Twitter @thesmallgalleon.