A turkey? Yeah. Not ours, though. Rich's mom was making it for her friends.
We kindly interrupted.
And the first thing Rich and I made were mashed potatoes. Yum.
Special ingredient in the mashed taters? Bacon cheese.
Me eating a biscuit and gravy. Yes, just one biscuit.
Yams that I did not eat. They're gross and someone decided they need multi-colored, multi-flavored marshmallows?
Deb's friends hiding in the back. Because you know who was fighting on Thanksgiving Day.
I'll give you a hint: It wasn't me and Rich.
And oh yeah. A plate was thrown. Which later on, Rich fell on a piece of glass and cut his finger.
Then our pizza dinner. haha. I only got to have like three pieces in total.
Out side of Best Buy, early morning on Black Friday. We did not wake up all that early for it. Which kind of sucks, but we still got to see crazyness.
Every parking lot to every store was packed like this.
We left the car at the Best Buy parking lot and walked to the mall.
A car found at Wal-Mart. Someone must have been in there ALL DAY.
Look at this goon.
These things are everywhere.
So. What does that mean exactly? Do they drive like an erratic teenage vampire?
Two dudes, walking in front of stores, singing, and playing guitar... and the banjo.
I don't know what they were singing or why.
Signs inside of Best Buy. We went to a couple places twice to compare prices on things. Best Buy was one of them. They had quite the line... but not like other places.
These cute little pug dogs were being sold outside of Kohl's - they were going for like 950 dollars. Pure bred.
The line in Kohl's. We literally waited an hour in this line. There was this Hispanic family behind us talking about laptops and In & Out Burger in some kind of Spanish. Then the dad of the family was talking to us about how crazy it was that all these people came out to shop on the same day. He sounded Italian when he spoke English.
There were lines like this in JC Penny and Old Navy too. Clothing stores are all the rage on Black Friday, I guess.