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Thanksgiving Jokes For Kids – Turkey Jokes For Thanksgiving

Q: Why did the turkey cross the road before Thanksgiving?
A: He was trying to give people the impression that he was a chicken.

Thanksgiving Jokes For Kids

Q: Why couldn’t the Thanksgiving entertainment band perform?
A: Somebody had eaten the drumsticks.

Q: What’s the best dance to do on Thanksgiving?
A: The turkey trot.

Q: What do you call it when it rains turkeys?
A: Fowl weather!

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

Q: How many chefs does it take to stuff a Thanksgiving turkey?
A: Only one and even then it’s a pretty tight squeeze

Thanksgiving Jokes For Kids

Kid Friendly Thanksgiving Jokes

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

Q: What do you get when you cross an octopus with a turkey?
A: Finally enough drumsticks for everybody at Thanksgiving.

Q: What kind of weather does a turkey like?
A: Fowl weather!

Q: Should you have that annoying distant auntie for Thanksgiving dinner?
A: It’s really not worth it. Just have the turkey.

Q: What is a turkey’s favorite dessert?
A: Peach gobbler!

Q: What can never ever be eaten for Thanksgiving dinner?
A: Thanksgiving breakfast.

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

Q: How are a turkey, a donkey, and a monkey alike?
A: They all have keys.

Q: Should you have your whole family for Thanksgiving dinner?
A: No, you should just have the turkey!

Q: What is it called when a turkey fumbles in football?
A: A fowl play

Q: What should you wear to Thanksgiving dinner?
A: A har-vest!


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