Plumbers pre­pare for ‘Brown Fri­day,’ issue warn­ings about their busiest day of the year

Plumbers across the coun­try are brac­ing them­selves for “Brown Fri­day,” a four-day sewage fest that takes place coast to coast when peo­ple start dump­ing their Thanks­giv­ing left­overs down the dis­pos­al — in both the kitchen and the bath­room — lead­ing to mas­sive back­ups. 
Brown Fri­day is eas­i­ly the busiest time of year for plumbers, with Roto-Root­er esti­mat­ing a 50% spike in calls on Fri­day. Plumbers see a 21% jump on the four-day week­end as a whole. 
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In Vir­ginia, Rhon­da John­son, a spokes­woman for the Rich­mond Depart­ment of Pub­lic Util­i­ties, has been encour­ag­ing peo­ple to “get rid of fats, oils, and greas­es in a trash can” and warn­ing them “not use your toi­let as a trash can.” 
Turkey fat, dress­ing, icing, short­en­ing, and oth­er dairy prod­ucts turn into a …