So Black Friday has become Thankshopping Thursday.
The National Retail Federation predicts 33 million people will shop on Thanksgiving, either in stores or online.
Who are you people?
I asked folks on Twitter, "Fill in the blank: 'I'd rather ______ than shop on Thanksgiving.'"
The answers were hilarious. Here are a few I can print.
"I'd rather smoke crystal meth." (@VinceintheBay)
"Lay my tongue on the counter and have you hit it with a hammer." (@paulgowen)
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"Remove my tattoo with molten cranberry sauce." (@LanceRancid)
"Visit my in-laws." (@IvanTheK)
"Format my hard drive." (@oaul_kramarchyk)
"Spend hours trying to access the Healthcare.gov website." (@MandysMounds)
"Sit through an entire season of Cubs baseball." (@weedgirl24)
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"Judge a retirement home twerking contest." (@natsound)
"Watch a Hannah Montana marathon on the Disney Channel." (@DonCarrMAC)
"Listen to my drunken tone deaf relatives sing holiday songs." (@FMvinnie)
"Volunteer as a tribute for 'The Hunger Games.'" (@j2lovesfriday)
"Be the Thanksgiving turkey." (@Upbeatinvesting)
Not sure the turkey would agree. He'd love you to go shopping.
—By CNBC's Jane Wells; Follow her on Twitter: @janewells