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?