I Bet You $10 That You Can’t Look At This Miley Cyrus GIF And Not Lose Your Lunch

Jimmy Fallon EW GIF(via)

Before I show you this GIF, I have to ask you something — have you eaten recently? Or had pleasant feelings about food? Or wished to eat ever again in the future of the world? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then you probably don’t want any part of the image that’s lurking further down in this post.

The same thing goes for your enjoyment of the holiday of Thanksgiving. If you like turkey or pilgrims or family or love or being thankful, this article is not the place for you, because I’m about to destroy all that. I’m about to ruin Turkey Day for you in a way that I haven’t since I made that terrible batch of stuffing that I’m still hearing about from all my friends I made taste it.

THIS IS YOUR FINAL WARNING. Ahead there be demons, and they wear the face of Miley Cyrus. And yes, there is twerking. Because of course there is. And you might think you’re ready, but you’re not. You’re really not. In the ten minutes since I’ve shown it to my coworkers, I’ve collected the following words about it — ‘distressing’, ‘traumatic’, ‘oh man’, ‘noooo’ and ‘eesh’, as well as several full sentences like ‘I am still not over it’ and ‘that will haunt my dreams’. Are you ready? Okay. Here you go.

Miley as a turkey twerking November 2013 Thanksgiving Logo TV

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I am sorry. I am so so so so sorry. Although not as sorry as I should be, because A. I can’t stop watching it, and B. I just shared it with all of you. It’s just that Logo TV (the people who made this GIF) have created the most perfectly horrifying thing ever, so I had to give it its platform. Every dog must have its day, y’know? Even when it’s a naked raw turkey shaking it’s turkey tail at you. Ugh you guys. I can’t. I don’t know how to feel right now and I can’t stop grimacing.

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    • Jill O’Rourke

      Why can’t I look away?

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        What does it even remind me of?

        There are so many questions and no answers.

    • elle

      It is both horrible and amazing at the same time.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        In the best and worst way.

      • MammaSweetpea

        It’s the car crash you look away from, but sloooowwwwwly turn back to look at…

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        Magnetic.

    • Nerdy Lucy

      No words.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        :(

    • Goyaliz

      Painfully obsessively hypnotizing. It hurts to watch and it hurts not to.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        Seriously. I keep having to check back to make sure it’s as bad as I remember.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      What’s worse is a truck on the interstate with cages stacked across, down and up, each one packed tight with Butterball turkeys going to slaughter just for you. It’s cold this night I see it, the white feathers are floating in the air. Anxious cats and birds shed fur and feathers when feeling trauma stricken, and being packed in an elevator – scuse me a crate where I can’t move – is terrifying as it is speeding down the interstate in the bitter cold. But you all go on making fun of Miley, twerking, and turkeys and do enjoy that Thanksgiving dinner celebrating the Native Americans saving the starving colonists, who would reward them by genocide. Glad you all can amuse yourselves.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        You’ve outdone yourself.

      • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

        Not me. The ones who packed the turkeys there outdid themselves and the turkeys.Enjoy your dinner now that you know this.

      • MammaSweetpea

        I’m Canadian, so I don’t really think I’ve heard the truth about the first Thanksgiving. Did the Native Americans really save the Pilgrims from starvation? Or is that just a really cool story someone made up?

      • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

        I don’t know if it was this exact time of year but I do know colonists were so ill prepared for a life in this wilderness that winter came and caught them unprepared and starving. I think the Native Americans did save some probably in New England but am not sure. But early colonies were wiped out completely and some of that is coming to life now but I don’t keep up with it. I think I read something about cannibalism but not really sure where or who. There were cases where the Native Americans did bring food to the starving.

      • MammaSweetpea

        Ok. Up here we don’t have a Thanksgiving story like that, so I often wondered how accurate your Thanksgving tradition was.
        Thanks for sharing :)

      • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

        No problem. Lies just like Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.

      • Mykonos

        So often I just want to stand up and applaud when I read your comments. Thank you!!

      • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

        Thanks very much as I am having a difficult day today!

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    • Svengalis

      i want my $10