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Jesse Watters reveals the favorite Thanksgiving traditions, how to avoid the post-meal clean up

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Jesse Watters, has plenty of fond holiday memories — even if it is one of its most cherished traditions, the sound of a dare.

Jesse Watters, has plenty of fond holiday memories — even if it is one of its most cherished traditions, the sound of a dare.

Ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, is the host of “Watters’ World ” and is the co-host of “The Five” on Fox News about holiday event, in which he had his least favorite dish on the table, and his post-party plans as well as the story behind how he got injured on Black Friday last year. (Hint: It’s not that he’s fighting over Tv’s at Best Buy.)

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But first, Watters said that he / she is fully aware of the fact that one of their family’s unique Thanksgiving traditions, it sounds more like a “Fear Factor” challenge.

“Every Thanksgiving, when we are ready, the stuffing, the chestnuts. You have to boil the chestnuts and then peel of the fruits,” said Watters, who explains that his family is “a competition of “who can peel the chestnuts fast enough, and when they have just come out of a boiling pot.”

Jesse Watters, has plenty of fond holiday memories — even if it is one of its most cherished traditions, the sound of a dare.

“My father and I used to have to go toe-to-toe to see who could get the chestnuts, and burning our fingers. He always won, but I think that’s because he had a scotch ale before, so he was able to tolerate it a little bit more than I could have.”

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When asked about his least favorite Thanksgiving dish, Watters, immediately blurted out, “creamed onions.” The host told us that, he will, however, be in the eating, because he’s not a “bad person,” but that it is not fair to enjoy the other side of the plate.

After dinner, Watters said: ‘you won’t find him cleaning up the kitchen, as he is traditionally found in the “clean up” after a big meal.

“[I’m] just looking forward to spending time with my family, and to all”

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“I will make myself busy in another room of the house. You know, like the children, I’m going to watch football, but I’m going to try to stay out of the kitchen as much as possible,” he joked.

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After the party, Watters revealed that he was traditionally consists of the magic and mayhem of Black Friday shopping. Last year, however, things don’t quite go as planned.

“Last Thanksgiving, I had a little too much to drink. I have to say that I was overserved. I woke up the next morning and I got up and I hit my head on the corner of the mirror, and gashed my head open,” he recalled, adding that he was the host of “The Five”, later on in the day.

Watters said the cut was stitched in THERE, covered it with a Band-Aid, make-up, and then sealed it with a “little white lie” for the show.

“Instead of telling everyone how ashamed I was that I had cut off my head, boy, I told everyone that I was fighting with a flat-screen TV on Black Friday at Best Buy,” he admitted.

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With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, Watters said he is looking forward to the food, football (watching the Eagles, in particular), as well as hanging out with my family.

“[I’m] just looking forward to spending time with my family and everyone else out there, and the food and drink, and the telling of the stories,” he said.

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