[Really bad, =
but designed for Dad’s everywhere]
Q: No matter where you =
live, what always comes at the end of every Thanksgiving?
A: The =
Q: Why did the turkey refuse dessert?
A: He was already =
Q: Why was the turkey asked to join a band?
A: He =
could bring his own drumsticks.
Q: If Pilgrims traveled on the =
Mayflower, what do college students travel on?
A: Scholar =
Q: What don’t you want to wear to Thanksgiving =
A: A white shirt.
Q: Why did the farmer have to =
separate the chicken and the turkey?
A: He sensed fowl =
Q: What happened to the turkey that got in a fight?
He got the stuffing knocked out of him.
Q: On which side the =
turkey has got the majority of feathers?
A: The outside.
How can you make a turkey float?
A: You will need root beer, two =
scoops of vanilla ice cream, and a turkey.
Q: Is it possible for =
a turkey to jump higher than the Empire State Building?
A: Yes, =
because a building cannot jump anyway.
Q: What did the salad say =
to the butter who kept making lousy Thanksgiving jokes?
A: You’re on =
Q: What’s a running turkey you’re chasing around =
the barnyard called?
A: Fast food.
Q: Why did the turkey bring =
a microphone to dinner?
A: He was ready for a roast.
Q: On =
Thanksgiving, what does Dad have in common with an exhausted baseball =
A: They’re both likely to fall asleep between =
Q: What’s one thing that you’ll have in common with a =
teddy bear on Thanksgiving?
A: You’ll both be filled with =
Q: Why were the beans accused of being jealous of the =
other side dishes?
A: They were so green.
Q: With Coronavirus =
being a concern this year, what’s likely to be the most popular side =
A: Masked potatoes.
Dr Bob Griffin =
Knows Me, This I Love!"