I know the wife bought a turkey. But where on earth did she put the
bird? Perhaps the question should be - 'Who is
Thanksgiving Turkey?' Whilst this funny Thanksgiving turkey picture works with either a caption of 'Christmas' or 'Thanksgiving'; it is not nearly so funny if you substitute 'chicken'
A Tricky Value Judgement
How Was the Thanksgiving Turkey for You? We had grandma for Thanksgiving dinner.
We had turkey.
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Now Where is That Turkey?
Two pilgrims go out hunting. One has two blunderbusses. The second pilgrim asks, 'Why do you have two blunderbusses?' The first pilgrim explains, 'I usually miss the first time I shoot. By
taking two I can shoot again.' The second pilgrim thinks for a while and then says, 'Why not just take
the second one, and only shoot once?'
Six Legged Turkey
An industrious turkey farmer
was always experimenting with breeding, his mission was to produce the perfect turkey. His family was fond of the leg portion for dinner and there were never enough legs for everyone. After many frustrating attempts, the farmer
was relating the results of his efforts to his friends at the general store. 'Well I finally did it! I bred a turkey that has
They all asked the farmer how it tasted. 'I don't
the farmer, 'I never could catch it!'
Funny Thanksgiving Turkey
It was just before Thanksgiving in
Walmart, and a woman was anxiously picking over the last few remaining turkeys in the hope of finding a large one. In desperation she called over a
shop assistant and said, 'Excuse me. Do these turkeys get any bigger?' 'No, madam, 'he replied, 'they're all dead.'
A turkey never voted for an early Christmas. Irish Proverb
Thanksgiving Horror Movie
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The Turkey - A
Most Difficult Bird to Cook
Louise was away from home on
Thanksgiving Day for the first time and she was missing her home and family desperately. Louise
decided to cook a turkey herself, just like her Mum used to, so that she could feel closer to her family. Louise returned home for the celebrations and recounted her experience to her Mum saying,
'Mum. it was so difficult to eat the turkey.' 'Why was that, dear' asked Mum in a concerned way, 'was it not cooked properly?' 'How would I know?' responded Louise, 'it wouldn't sit still.'
Real Questions Asked on the Butterball Turkey Cooking Hotline
Is it OK to baste my turkey with engine oil?
Can I poke holes all over the turkey and pour a can of
beer over it to keep it moist?
Should I carve my turkey with a 16in Redmax or should I get out my
Stihl Electric Chain Saw?
How do I get my Chihuahua out of the turkey. (Her dog jumped
up on the kitchen table.)
Should I leave the giblets in their plastic bag during cooking?
I'm a truck driver. Can I cook the turkey on the engine block of my
semi while I'm driving? If I drive faster, will it cook faster?
How long should I cook my turkey on the car radiator?
minutes at Mach 1 should do it!
How Louise's Thanksgiving meal SHOULD have looked: An optimist is a person who starts a new diet on Thanksgiving Day. Irv Kupcinet
17 Stages To Cooking a Turkey
Go buy a turkey
Take a drink of whisky
Put turkey in the oven
Take another 2 drinks of whisky
Set the degree at 375 ovens
more whiskys of drink
Turk the bastey
Whisky another bottle of get
Ponder the meat thermometer
Glass yourself a pour of whisky
whisky for 4 hours
Take the oven out of the turkey
Floor the turkey up
off of the pick
Turk the carvey
Get yourself another scottle of botch
Tet the sable and pour yourself a glass of turkey
Bless the dinner and
Rita Rudner says: My mother is such a lousy cook that
Thanksgiving at her house is a time of sorrow.
It's curious how after a sumptuous lunchtime meal, in the early evening
you can find room for a piece of Thanksgiving cake.
Two Turkeys Meet
Beware the Turkey? To borrow a line from WC Fields: 'Never work with children, animals, or
Thanksgiving turkeys'. The above funny Thanksgiving picture marked the 61st anniversary of the National Thanksgiving
Turkey presentation. Live Thanksgiving turkeys have been presented to
presidents since the days of Abe Lincoln. However, the current form of
the ceremony dates back to President Harry Truman in 1947.
A Minnesota man basted a 72-pound turkey to defeat his sister in their annual
sibling rivalry over who can prepare the biggest Thanksgiving bird. Rich Portnoy
roasted his enormous turkey in his 36-inch-wide, chef-calibre oven on
Thanksgiving Day to top the biggest bird his sister had ever cooked by 25
pounds. Big turkeys are a tradition in the Portnoy family. Rich Portnoy said his
father cooked birds of 30 pounds or more years ago. Last year, Andra Portnoy
cooked a 47-pounder to take the lead after her brother could only find a
37-pounder, even though he lives in the nation's top turkey-producing state. This year, Rich Portnoy approached the Minnesota Turkey Growers Association,
which helped him find an 85-pound breeding tom that, at 59 weeks old, was near
the end of its useful life. He bought the turkey for $30, [£58GBP] loaded the
live bird into the back of the family's car and drove it to a processor, where
it was made oven-ready at 72 pounds. Portnoy and his wife, Charlene, invited 26
people to Thursday's feast. They weren't sure the big old tom would be edible,
so Portnoy also cooked a 19-pound 'backup turkey' on the backyard grill.
The turkey is a funny bird
Its head goes bobble-bobble;
And all he
knows is just one word...
And that is gobble-gobble.
'Don't assume you're always going to be understood. I wrote in a column
that one should put a cup of liquid in the cavity of a turkey when roasting
it. Someone wrote me that: "The turkey tasted great, but the plastic cup
melted." ' - Heloise.
We believe this very funny cartoon, which was sent in by Greta, is by Tony Sarrecchia Footnote: Please send us your funny Thanksgiving