Now is the time to ensure you’re fully ready to embrace the holiday. A few tips to get you started:
1. Stretch your stomach.
Likely to be the biggest meal you consume this year, it’s time to train your stomach to handle the massive amounts of mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, turkey, stuffing and – most importantly – pumpkin pie heading its way.
The Awkward Yeti by Nick Seluk
FoxTrot by Bill Amend
2. Plan your answers.
Thanksgiving dinner is typically spent with family members, which might include your crazy uncle or annoying in-laws. Whether you choose sarcasm or honesty, now’s the time to come up with answers to those unavoidable awkward questions.
Reply All by Donna A. Lewis
Monty by Jim Meddick
3. Claim your spot on the couch.
From the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade to the sure-to-be-thrilling football games, you’ll need a prime viewing spot in the living room.
Thatababy by Paul Trap
Heathcliff by George Gately
Not to mention the perfect place to plop down when the turkey snooze kicks in.
Phoebe and Her Unicorn by Dana Simpson
4. Brace yourself for Black Friday.
The Duplex by Glenn McCoy
If you don’t succumb to a food-induced coma, you may find yourself hunting for the best bargains at your local mall on Black Friday. Be prepared for massive crowds scrambling around at unforgivably early hours to get their hands on the season’s hottest products.
B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart
If crowds aren’t your thing, set up camp at home and enjoy those leftovers. (Don’t worry about finding the perfect presents for loved ones on Black Friday. We’ve got you covered with some awesome gift ideas right here. May we suggest “The Complete Calvin and Hobbes”?)
Home and Away by Steve Sicula
Excited for Thanksgiving? Gobble up some Turkey Day comics here.