It's almost the most wonderful time of year. Kind of. I think it all depends on what your Thanksgiving dinner is like with your family. For some people, Thanksgiving can be GREAT. For others, it could be a complete nightmare. Here are 21 ways you might unknowingly anger your Minnesota relative this Thanksgiving.

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Showing up late expecting people to wait for you. 

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Wearing your muddy shoes in the house.

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Demanding oven space.

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Showing up empty handed. 

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Bringing a pet to dinner without asking the host. 

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Showing up with a sick kiddo/or showing up sick yourself. 

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Serving dinner way later than planned. 

Stealing their Black Friday ads.

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Turning the football game. 

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Taking the last bread roll. Or, last of anything really. 

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Talking about calories at the Thanksgiving table. 

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Bragging about your life. 

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Leaving your empty plate at the table.

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Stealing someone's special spot on the couch.

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Hiding behind your phone instead of socializing. 

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Talking politics/religion when they're not here for it.

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Complaining about Christmas decorations being up. 

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Blowing up the bathroom. 

Loading up on leftovers without asking.

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Leaving too early.

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Overstaying your welcome. 

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