The debate is ~lit~.
Twitter user Beetaylora recently tweeted that she pays $30 for a plate of food at Thanksgiving with her family, and it quickly turned into a heated debate.
@beetaylora / Via Twitter: @beetaylora
Some couldn't wrap their heads around family members actually charging people for food.
@MsLaFitteTweets / Via Twitter: @MsLaFitteTweets
Isn't showing up and dealing with family drama payment enough?
@ottergawd / Via Twitter: @ottergawd
While others defended the payment by describing just how much money goes into cooking the dinner.
@TheKitchenista / Via Twitter: @TheKitchenista
The discussion definitely required some follow up questions.
@EastAfricanCurl / Via Twitter: @EastAfricanCurl
And some logistics needed to be worked out.
@DCUmack / Via Twitter: @DCUmack
@TheCosby / Via Twitter: @TheCosby
Of course, there are always some loopholes around paying.
@ToeKnee2GX / Via Twitter: @ToeKnee2GX
But if you do pay, you have to make sure you're getting your money's worth.
@TheDakari / Via Twitter: @TheDakari
And if you can afford it, why not go all out and pay for that VIP treatment?
@DeionGottaSTFU / Via Twitter: @DeionGottaSTFU
Personally I've never paid, but now I'm thinking maybe I owe my family a lot of interest on Thanksgiving payments.