Happy Friday! The good news is that there are only six more weeks left in 2020, the bade news is who knows what 2021 will bring! However, if we try, we can all find things to be thankful for even during this difficult year. Thanksgiving is less than a week away now, so here is a serving of jokes to get you in the mood,
If you pass down the family recipe for turnkey from one generation to another would you call that copy and basting?
Would you call a turkey’s evil twin a gobblegänger?
Is it true that the turkey crossed the road so that people would think he was a chicken instead?
Is it true that turkeys make are not very good baseball players because they always hit fowl balls?
If a turkey hurt his leg causing a limb would he “Wobble, wobble!?”
If a fire breaks out during your Thanksgiving dinner should you stop, drop, and pass the rolls?
If a turkey got in a fight would he get the stuffing knocked out of him?
Is a turkey’s favorite internet browser “Google, google!?”
If a flock of turkeys go to a dance would it be a Butterball?
If they made a movie about a real person who hosted the largest Thanksgiving dinner in history would they say that it was baste on a True Story?
I am so excited for Thanksgiving Dinner this year because this year I shot my first Thanksgiving turkey. You should have seen the look on the faces of all the other people in the grocery store!
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them.” ~President John F. Kennedy, Thanksgiving Day Proclamation, 1963