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Man Manages To Burn Turkey Beyond Recognition, And Twitter Is Astounded

By Mustafa Gatollari

The success of a Thanksgiving dinner spread lies solely on the turkey's shoulders. Yes, side dishes can be amazing, and you might love desserts and your grandma's "world famous" mac and cheese more than a slow-cooked giant bird, but that's besides the point.

The turkey is the star of the show, and don't you ever forget it. The Family isn't here for that canned cranberry sauce -- they want the GOOD stuff.

Which is why it's such a bummer when you head to a Thanksgiving dinner, cut into the ball of meat in the middle of the table and realize that it's dry. You do your best to make it palatable. You douse it into gravy, put some mashed potatoes on other pieces and spread some cranberry sauce on it in between sips of water to get the protein down.