Family Explains How to Deal With Political Conversations on Thanksgiving in Hilarious Viral Video
They even include a list of other topics to argue about, including Brangelina's break up, and Pluto's status as a planet.
Nervous about having to talk politics with your family on Thanksgiving? This Internet-famous family has you covered for the awkward topics.
The Holderness Family, who have become celebrities on YouTube for their musical parodies responding to everyday situations, have come up with the perfect guide to combat political conversations at the dinner table.
In a remake of Flo Rida's "My House," and more aptly titled "Welcome to my Couch," the Holderness family recommends different solutions to deter from arguments between a fictional family member wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat, and one wearing an "I'm With Her" button.
From opening another bottle of Chardonnay to focusing on football, it seems like they have it all covered.
They have even included a list of other topics to argue about, including Brangelina's break up, and Pluto's status as a planet.
And, if the opposing family members' reconciliation at the end is any indication, these tips may be the safest way to make it through the holidays.
The mother, father, son and daughter team first saw Internet fame after a similar parody video titled, "Christmas Jammies," a remake of Will Smith's "Miami," in 2013.
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