Grandmother Uses Thanksgiving-Themed Euphemisms to Shame Entire Family
Uncle Peter, 38, stated that at around 5:30 p.m., he asked Grandma if the turkey was ready yet. Grandma responded, “The turkey is almost finished baking in the oven, so I’m making a concrete commitment to both the turkey and the oven because I’m an adult and it’s the right thing to do.”
Witnesses said that Peter and longtime girlfriend Nicole, currently 8-months pregnant, stepped back into the dining room immediately following the exchange.
Reports from the adult table confirmed that when Aunt Kelly, 34, excitedly asked Grandma to “pass the rolls,” Grandma replied, “I worked very hard to make the dough for these rolls, so maybe if you want a roll so badly you should stop wasting your life and make some dough for yourself.”
There was heightened tension at the table as Kelly, who had asked family members for money to help her pay her rent for the past year, got up from her seat and ran to the bathroom.
Neighbors explained that as the Stevensons began to exit the home, Grandma offered up the leftover mashed potatoes and stuffing, but no one accepted. “Just because they’re getting older doesn’t mean that they’re useless,” Grandma said. “You can’t just ignore them and then one day decide they’ve gone bad and throw them in some home! I hate bingo!” Grandma yelled out the door as her family fled the premises.