If your Thanksgiving Day schedule includes heading over to someone elses home for a big meal, don’t come empty handed! There are plenty of ideas for a small token of appreciation to give to your host. Like, flowers! Of course we would say that, right? Flowers are an easy way to say “thanks”, plus your host can enjoy looking at their arrangement once the food and guests are long gone. Also, this helpful hint can be used if you’re attending a “Friendsgiving” as well. Here are some must-know rules for you “Friendsgiving” dinner ;

  1. The host makes the turkey, and obviously the gravy. They should have to cook NOTHING else, nope, nada.
  2. Everyone else brings wine, your assigned side dish
  3. It’s a blast, way better than your family dinner.