Thanksgiving dinner is different for every family. Some families have a loving peaceful dinner while others can barely get the turkey to the table before they cuss out their auntie. How receptive would you be to paying for your plate?
I mean most of the time there's the potluck option but what if Granny said I got it all but I'm charging $30 a plate?
Lmao y’all really don’t understand this $30 thanksgiving plate thing. My aunt charges us and cooks everything and we just eat.— Barty Crouch Jr. (@beetaylora) November 1, 2017
Now for the real questions because if it's $30 for your plate...
How much for seconds?— Steph Curly (@EastAfricanCurl) November 1, 2017
If you just came for dessert cause you ate somewhere else but their sweet potato pie skills ain't up to par how much for a dessert plate? What if you just came to see everybody will there be a cover charge?
Is there a Thanksgiving re-entry fee if you and your cousins “take a walk” after dinner? I️ need to know.— No Relation (@TheCosby) November 1, 2017
Clearly, there are some details that need to be worked out before I suggest implementing this in 2 weeks.