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Who Do You NOT Want To See This Thanksgiving?

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Yes, the holiday season is here and Thanksgiving is fast approaching. And, for many, this is a time when they get to see family and friends around the table, eating, laughing and having a good time. But, for some, it’s a time when you see the people you really don’t want to see–it’s that once-a-year holiday visit that seems to last forever. So, who is it? Who is the person you are least looking forward to seeing this Thanksgiving? If you said your in-laws, you’re not alone.

According to a survey conducted by Woot.com, a daily-deal website, an in-law got voted number one with 30.3 percent of the vote as the person people are “least looking forward to seeing at Thanksgiving dinner.”

Yes, an in-law seems the obvious pick for number one. But, can you guess number two? Well, it’s a bit difficult as the number two spot, with 19.8 percent of the vote, goes to “other.” Before I continue, and you start guessing what “other” could possibly be, here are the other options people had to choose from as the person they are least looking forward to seeing–a cousin, aunt/uncle, parent and sibling. I’ll tell you where those options ranked in a moment. But, according to some of the comments that went along with the survey, some people’s “other” were an ex (husband/wife), grandparent, nephew and family member’s significant others.

Here’s the rest of the results from the Woot.com survey–a sibling came in third as the person who people don’t want to see this year at Thanksgiving, followed by an aunt or uncle, a cousin and parent, respectively.

So, who do you NOT want to see this year at Thanksgiving dinner?

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