If you want a taste of Thanksgiving before the big day, or are feeling particularly lazy on November 22nd, order yourself some Thanksgiving Pringles, hitting kelloggstore.com tonight at 11:59pm according to USA Today.

The limited-edition Pringles won't be sold in stores and cost more than the average can of Pringles, at a whopping $14.99 for three mini-packs of turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie. Mainers, where are our mashed potatoes?!

This isn't the first time Pringles has offered an alternative to family dinner; the video below is from their release last year, packaged slightly different and greeted with the same confused curiosity. Why slave over an oven for hours and hours while peering around the corner to catch the parade on tv in the living room when you can just pop open a Pringles can and collapse onto the couch?

What's that? Tradition? Well I challenge you to create a NEW tradition.