‘Stretchy Pants’ Carrie Underwood Sings Hilarious Thanksgiving Song

One of the biggest names in music, Carrie Underwood, performs a laugh-out-loud hilarious tune about one way to deal with consuming too much food during the holiday season.

Thanksgiving and Christmas are filled with friends, family, fun and food. The delectable dishes are usually plentiful and cover so much of the table that finding enough room for one’s plate can be a chore. But somehow, we overcome this monumental, towering task and stuff our faces with too much food.

But for those people whose eyes are considerably bigger than their stomachs, Carrie Underwood has a solution. In the song “Stretchy Pants,” Carrie believes the key to consuming even more food during those Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts is one’s choice of pants. 

Carrie makes it abundantly clear that, during the holiday season, she is going for comfort and practicality, not style. The aforementioned stretchy pants are what Carrie will be donning during those large, celebratory meals.

“So bring on the turkey, potatoes, casserole dishes
‘Cause I ain’t messing around with them buttoned-up britches
You got them skinny jeans on, girl, I feel sorry for you
‘Cause I just tried everything, and I’m going back for round two”

She adds that even with her pants, some may believe she’s hit her limit. She couldn’t possibly eat any more. However, it’s at that moment, Carrie sings, that she’ll return for another round of food. 

In addition to hilariously mentioning her style choices for Thanksgiving and Christmas, Carrie also includes some helpful advice in the holiday tune. For those interested in knowing where Carrie found her “stretchy pants” that allow her to eat more food, she says that Amazon delivered them to her door. 

Carrie’s song perfectly captures how most people feel during those special meals. Everything looks so delicious, but our stomachs and pants will only expand so far. But Carrie has found a way around that problem!

1 Corinthians 10:31 “So then, if it is a question of food or drink, or any other thing, whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.”


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