Post-Divorce Turkey Eating Privileges

 

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I came across this really funny post on on this blog about people’s misconceptions of holiday time in divorced families. As Kristine puts it:

“I’ve heard some pretty odd misconceptions and generalizations that people make about divorced families, but by far the funniest I’ve ever heard was of a person who assumed that people in a divorced family didn’t eat a traditional Thanksgiving meal, as if the right and ability to throw a turkey in the oven was somehow written into the marriage license. Once revoked, it’s pizza and Chinese takeout, poor souls.”

Now, excuse me while I go make a funky turkey dog of my own…

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Comments

What a great picture.

This is funny, people seem to get the wrong idea about divorced parents. I get people who are amazed that my kids from my first marriage have a room, beds, clothes, books, toys etc.. everything a child would have in their home.

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