Welcome to another edition of The Sunday Funnies, a weekly feature devoted solely to the lighter side of life. This week’s edition is dedicated to Thanksgiving, a wonderful holiday for families to gather together to share a feast and reflect on life’s blessings. It’s also the perfect occasion to share a laugh. Here are some funny turkey jokes for kids and the young at heart, plus a funny Thanksgiving video to share.
Q: What did the turkey say before it was roasted?
A: Boy, I’m stuffed!
Q: Why can’t you take a turkey to church?
A: Because they use fowl language.
Q: Why did the turkey cross the road?
A: It was the chicken’s day off.
Q: What side of the turkey has the most feathers?
A: The outside.
Q: What did the turkey say to the turkey hunter?
A: Quack, quack, quack.
Q: What do turkeys have in common with teddy bears?
Q: Why did the turkey join the band?
A: He had the drumsticks.
Q: Why did the police arrest the turkey?
A: They suspected fowl play.
Q: What doe you get when you cross a turkey with an octopus?
A: Enough drumsticks for Thanksgiving.
Q: Why do turkeys always go, “gobble gobble”?
A: Because they never learned good table manners.
For some more light-hearted Thanksgiving fun, be sure to check out the You Tube video. It’s very well done and a real Thanksgiving treat for kids of all ages.
After your big Thanksgiving feast, head on over to Lenox Square Mall for an Atlanta tradition: Macy’s 63rd Annual Great Tree Lighting. Katharine McPhee from American Idol and country star Chuck Wicks are this year’s featured performers. At the culmination of the family-friendly event, the Great Tree will be lit up as fireworks explode in the sky to mark the start of the holiday season. It all happens on Thanksgiving night, beginning at 6:15 p.m.
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