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Turkey Jokes to Be Thankful For!

While turkey is on many people’s minds in the days before it is on their dinner table in late November, turkey jokes can bring everyone smiles year-round! On Thanksgiving in particular, these jokes, puns, and memes can help make a tense family dinner situation (and we’ve all had THAT holiday dinner drama) a little bit lighter – so gobble them up! Happy Thanksgiving!

Wild Turkey Gobbling
Wild Turkey Gobbling – Photo by Jerry Kirkhart

Q: What key won’t open any door?
A: A turkey!

Q: Why did the turkey cross the road twice?
A: To prove he wasn’t chicken.

Worried Turkeys

Q: What happened when the turkey got into a fight?
A: He got the stuffing knocked out of him!

Q: What is the most popular dance for Thanksgiving?
A: The turkey trot.

Q: Who is not hungry at Thanksgiving?
A: The turkey – he’s already stuffed!

I Became a Turkey

Q: Why should you never set the turkey next to the dessert?
A: Because he will gobble, gobble, gobble it up!

Q: What’s the most musical part of a turkey?
A: The drumstick.

Turkey Pumpkin Disguise Joke

Q: Why did the turkey refuse dessert?
A: He was stuffed.

Q: Why did the cranberries turn red?
A: Because they saw the turkey dressing!

Q: What type of glass does a turkey drink from?
A: A goblet.

Butterball Turkey

Q: What would you get if you had turkey on Halloween instead of Thanksgiving?
A: A poultry-geist!

Q: Why do turkeys always “gobble, gobble”?
A: Because they never learned good table manners!

Turkey in the Hunger Games

Q: What’s the key to a delicious Thanksgiving dinner?
A: The turKEY!

Q: What are turkeys most thankful for on Thanksgiving?
A: Vegetarians!

Q: What do you call a turkey the day after Thanksgiving?
A: Lucky!

Turkey Social Media Followers Joke

My family told me to stop telling Thanksgiving jokes, but I couldn’t quit cold turkey.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Stuffed Turkey
Stuffed Turkey – Photo by State Farm

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