Funny memes summarize the week of Thanksgiving as preparations begin for the big day

It’s time to defrost the turkey, set the table and make the green bean casserole because Thanksgiving week 2023 is finally here and some funny memes will keep you entertained as you prepare for the big day.

The holiday falls on the fourth Thursday of November and is an opportunity to give thanks for the harvest and blessings of the past 11 months. It’s the most wonderful day of the year, but preparing for Turkey Day is downright stressful.

Stuffed turkey for Thanksgiving holiday with pumpkin, peas, pecans, berry pie, cheese variations and other ingredients
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Funny Thanksgiving Week 2023 Memes

Whether you’re preparing dinner, cleaning up the house, traveling home to stay with your parents, or mentally preparing for those awful family questions, you’ll definitely be able to relate to one of these Thanksgiving week memes.

Moms prepare for Thanksgiving:

I’m already thinking about the mashed potatoes:

Thanksgiving preparation is too much:

The turkeys get scared:

I’m refusing to cook this year:

The Reality of Thanksgiving Week:

Still in the Halloween spirit:

Show up in your hometown Thanksgiving week:

Pretending to be able to cook:

Parents this week:

I can already smell it:

Before Thanksgiving vs. After Thanksgiving:

What “Friendsgiving” actually means:

I mentally prepare myself for the big day:

This is how I will be on Turkey Day:

Already plan these tactics:

McDonald’s sounds good:

Trust the process:

If everything goes wrong during Thanksgiving week:

Get ready to judge everyone:

I’m afraid of this:

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