In an almost-too-good-to-be-true story coming out of Virginia Beach, 24-year-old Geneva Baker isn’t making anything for Thanksgiving this year – because her family really doesn’t want her to.
Okay, brag much?
It all started when Geneva texted her mom to ask if she could bring anything for dinner, like a casserole or a side dish.
“I wanted to contribute something, even though I don’t really know how to make anything,” Geneva said. “Any time I try it always ends up really bad.”
Geneva’s mother tried to respond nicely, but she still wanted to make sure she got her point across.
“She sent back ‘Please, please, please, don’t make anything! Your presence at the table is enough <3,’ which was sweet,” Geneva recounted. “But I know she just doesn’t want anyone to be subjected to my mac and cheese.”
When asked what was so bad about it, Geneva still wasn’t sure.
“I have absolutely no idea,” she told us. “I do make it a little differently though. The secret ingredient is ice.”
Luckily, we were also able to reach out to the rest of Geneva’s family for comment as well.
“I’ll never forget how she made green beans for Thanksgiving last year,” her cousin, 21-year-old Tre Matthews, said. “I didn’t know you could fuck up green beans so badly, but that was until I tried hers, which had a layer of marshmallows on top for some reason.”
“If it works for sweet potatoes, why wouldn’t it work for green beans?” Geneva asked.
Despite the harsh criticisms, we’re still super jealous.