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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

It's crunch time!

We've planned and prepped,
soon the day will be here.
Wishing you good company, great food,
and lots of Thanksgiving cheer!

Ok folks, how about some corny jokes for the kiddy table:
What happened when the turkey got into a fight?
He got the stuffing knocked out of him.

Can a turkey jump higher than the Empire State Building?
Yes - a building can't jump at all.

What always comes at the end of Thangsgiving?
The letter G!

What’s the best thing to put into a pumpkin pie?
Your teeth.

Who is not hungry at Thanksgiving?
The turkey, he’s already been stuffed!

What are unhappy cranberries called?
Blueberries!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Eat much, stay safe and play nice:@)

42 comments:

  1. Oh, thanks for the riddles! Our #3 grandson and I have a "thing" for riddles so I can't wait to share these with him.

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  2. too cute! thanks for the laughs!

    happy turkey day to you and yours!

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  3. Cute!! :-)

    Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving!

    XO,
    Jane

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  4. Love old riddles... they always put a smile on anyone's face.

    I still have to buy the celery for the dressing and a pecan pie too! Tomorrow... guess there is still time,

    Happy Thanksgiving 'with a G on the end'.

    LOL

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  5. Very fun! The kids would adore reading joke to each other.

    Thanks for the super easy recipe for the maple fudge. I even went to TJ Maxx to try and find real maple flavor and a couple other stores but had to use a blended one. I am sure just by the color of yours the flavor was richer. I am making it for Christmas and will keep looking for the maple. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  6. great post! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  7. Thanks for the riddles. I can't wait to use them with the grandchildren. They will get a kick out of them!

    Have a HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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  8. I should be ashamed of myself. I though they were funny :-). Have a wonderful holiday. Hugs and blessings...Mary

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  9. Just got home from the store...a cooking marathon tomorrow! Have a great week!

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  10. Sounds like third grade jokes which you have to love. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Joni

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  11. Love the name of your blog. couldn't resist a drop in. Hope you have a nice day tomorrow. In a way I'm glad we don't celebrate TGD in Australia because I am trying to lose weight.

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  12. Happy Thanksgiving! Thanks for the funnies. I think the big kids would enjoy them too.

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  13. Oh! I can tell there's going to be a good time had by all at your house this Thanksgiving!
    What a hoot!
    Have fun.

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  14. Happy Thanksgiving to you and those you love.

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  15. How FUN...I am sooooo borrowing these!
    Have a Happy T'day, Lynn!

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  16. Wishing you & Earl a Happy Thanksgiving Lynn! Thanks for the smiles :)

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  17. Well these had my 3 plus one I am babysitting cracking up. So fun! And happy Thanksgiving!!!

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  18. I'll have to sahre soem of those jokes with my grandsons over SKYPE cvery soon, Lynn! :)

    Wishing you and your family a beautiful and joyful Thanksgiving!

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  19. Happy Thanksgiving, my friend! Unhappy cranberries? I love those! Have fun...I know you will! ♥♥♥

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  20. Always fun visiting with you! I'm going to share these tomorrow at dinner :)

    Happy Thanksgiving wishes!

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  21. LOL! Thanks for sharing the turkey jokes, Lynn. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family....Christine

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  22. Thanks for the jokes to lighten the stress of all that meal prep (ok, I don't do any meal prep, that doesn't mean I don't create a lot of stress!)

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  23. LOL! Cute, Lynn! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and I know Earl is so glad he's off the hook! ;)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  24. Thanks for the giggle and the smile :))

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Hugs,
    Kay Ellen

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  25. Lynn, I'm in a sentimental mood so I want to say thank you on this Thanksgiving Day for your support during my first year of blogging. You have been generous with your kind words and I really appreciate it. I hope you are having a great day with family. I read some of your "silly" jokes to my brother when he arrived last night and they cracked him up. His favorite was the first one.------Shannon

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  26. Very cute Lynn! Have a very Happy Thanksgiving my friend...I know everyone around you will be happy today with all of the goodies you always prepare! xxoo

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  27. Happy Day, Lynn. Hope you are enjoying a splendid holiday. ~ Sarah

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  28. Good morning Lynn, I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving. I love the jokes and when my grands wake up I will share them. Two of my grandsons are both 14 and they think they know everything. Lets see if they can answer theses. HA!
    Blessings, Jeanne

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  29. Hi Lynn!

    Thanks for stopping by my Thanksgiving tabletop. I love the jokes...such good memories of the kid table! And the vintage postcard graphics are precious. Be careful on Black Friday!

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  30. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving, Lynn. Love the riddles! I also put Thanksgiving trivia cards on the table and we take turns reading them and guessing the answers. One day, we'll all know the answers by memory :)

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  31. I'm your new follower...loved your kiddee table jokes :-)

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  32. Way cute! Thanks for the sweet laugh!!

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  33. Love your jokes. They lighten the day. Hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    Sam

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  34. lol! I hope that you had a fantastic holiday Lynn!

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    Please email me your name and address to:mykindofcooking@gmail.com and I will send it to Stephen so he can mail a copy of his cookbook to you!

    Congratulations Again!
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    My Kind of Cooking

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