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Why Did the Turkey Cross the Road?

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Why Did the Turkey Cross the Road?

Here are some of our favorite Thanksgiving jokes, from contributing editor Richard Lederer:

Why did the turkey cross the road?

To prove he wasn’t chicken.

Is turkey soup good for you?

Not if you’re the turkey

Why did the person quit smoking cold turkey?

Because the feathers made him cough.

Why did the turkey bolt down its food?

Because it was a gobbler.

What do turkeys like to eat on Thanksgiving?

Nothing, they’re already stuffed.

Did you hear about the conservative turkey?

It had two right wings.

Happy “Turkey” Day!

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