People are sharing 'Weird Thanksgiving Traditions' on Twitter

If Thanksgiving never fails to remind you how odd your family is, you’re not alone.

Last week, the hashtag #WeirdThanksgivingTraditions began gaining traction on Twitter when Savannah, Ga. radio station Rock 106.1 chose the tag for a weekly challenge.

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Immediately going viral and sparking over 2,000 posts to date, #WeirdThanksgivingTraditions has inspired hundreds to share favorite photos, tales and anecdotes of the good, bad and ugly customs their family practices on Turkey Day.

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Others took a more sarcastic or "meta" approach to the challenge, with comedian Paula Poundstone commenting on the history of Thanksgiving itself, and another writing that his "weird" tradition was "having a pleasant conversation" with family.

But whether these Twitter users were just being cheeky or totally serious, you've got every reason to rest easy, Thanksgiving worrywarts: These hilarious posts are sure to remind you that your family is (probably) a lot more normal than you think.  

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