TURKEY RIDDLES FOR THANKSGIVING
"The Biggest Book of Animal
Riddles" by Richard Lederer and James Ertner
What does a turkey like to eat on Thanksgiving?
Nothing; they are already stuffed.
How are a turkey, a donkey, and a monkey the same?
They all have keys.
Is turkey soup good for your health?
Not if you're the turkey.
Why did the turkey bolt down his food?
Because she was a gobbler.
Why did the turkey cross the road?
To show that he wasn't chicken.
Why are New England turkeys hard to understand?
Because they speak in gobbled English.
Did you hear about the government officials who talked turkey?
They spoke gobbledygook.
Why is a turkey similar to a ghost?
Because it's a-gobblin.
Did you hear about the X-rated turkey? It's served with very little dressing.
Why did the Pilgrim kill the turkey?
Because he was in a fowl mood.
Why did they let the turkey join the band?
Because it had the drumsticks.
As the father turkey said to his misbehaving daughter, "if your mother could see you
now, she'd turn over in her gravy."