Families across America will spend this evening giving thanks for everything they have, before waking up tomorrow morning prepared to kill for lots of things they really don’t need.
Thanksgiving meals throughout the United States will see happy smiling faces content at what life has so far given them, sure in the knowledge that they will happily gouge out the eyes of their fellow man for a discount games console in the morning.
Texas resident Chuck Williams told us, “This is a truly wonderful time of year, and it helps me realise I live a blessed life, clearly.
“I have a decent job that’s survived the pandemic, my kids are healthy, and I’m pretty happy most of the time – but tomorrow morning, when the shops open, that fact won’t stop me punching an old lady in the face to get a TV that is an inch or two bigger than the one I am currently being very thankful for.
“It’s nothing personal, I hope she understands, but I can’t let anyone, or anything stand between me and a bargain-priced item I didn’t even know I wanted fifteen minutes ago.”
Consumer analysts have explained that putting Black Friday so close to Thanksgiving is not only amusing, but also allows those outside the United States to get a more accurate perspective on what it means to be American today.
As one told us, “To the outsider looking in, they look like a bunch of primitive savages fighting over a fresh carcass – but the carcass is a shiny electrical thing none of them even knew existed yesterday.”
However, Williams went on, “It’s the American way. Be thankful for what you have, before being manipulated by corporations into believing that what you have is actually a load of old shit that has to be replaced immediately.
“God bless America.”