50 Thanksgiving Jokes - DATE NIGHT CHALLENGE
We received so many emails on our “Dad Jokes Challenge” that we decided to give it another go for Thanksgiving!
We have a date night challenge for you, and it’s no laughing matter! Victor Borge once wrote, “Laughter is the closest distance between two people.” Many of us would probably agree that laughter brings us closer to others, whether we’re joking with our spouse or laughing with an audience at a comedy club.
In honor of Thanksgiving, we’ve gathered 50 of our favorite “Thanksgiving Riddles & Jokes”. The kind that are so silly and punny, you simply can’t help but to laugh!
For our date night challenge, take turns reading these jokes while the other person tries not to laugh. If one person laughs, the other gets a point! This is also a great after Thanksgiving dinner challenge the whole family can enjoy.
Our 50 Best Thanksgiving JOKES
- Where do turkeys go if they want to dance? The Butter Ball.
- What is the main difference between Thanksgiving and April Fools’ Day? On one, you are thankful and on the other, you are prankful.
- Which hand should you butter your roll with during the Thanksgiving dinner? Neither. You should use a knife!
- What do May flowers bring if April showers bring May flowers? Pilgrims
- What is the name of the cranberry that isn’t happy? Blueberry
- What’s always in the middle of the table every Thanksgiving? The letter “B.”
- What genre of music did Pilgrims like best? Plymouth rock.
- How did the chicken, the pheasant, turkey, duck, and goose get into deep trouble? It’s because of their fowl language.
- It is a kitchen appliance but it is not trying to boast. In November at Thanksgiving, your delicious turkey is what it roasts. What is it? An oven
- Why is Johnny always getting low grades every Thanksgiving? Because everything is marked down after the holidays.
- What’s blue and covered with lots of feathers? A turkey holding its breath.
- Grandma and Grandpa had a total of six children. Each of those children grew up and had four children of their own. Those children grew up and had two children each. Everyone will join the Thanksgiving dinner at Grandma and Grandpa’s house. How many people will be at the table? 80 people.
- You reap what you sow because of this, remove the first three letters, and it becomes an object you can wear. What is it? harVEST.
- Why was the Plymouth Rock that brave? It’s because it was a little bold-er.
- What has feathers, a beak, and is dressed? A Thanksgiving turkey.
- How would you be able to call a pet squash? Call it anything you want because it won’t hear you!
- Where do turkeys come from if apples and pears come from a tree? The poul-tree.
- Why don’t you like eating fish on Thanksgiving? It’s because Thanksgiving Day never falls on a Fry-Day.
- If you will be carving the turkey with an electric cutter, what kind of battery will it need when it runs out of power? None. Because it’s electric-powered.
- What are you going to get if you breed a turkey with an octopus? Eight feather dusters.
- It’s a flower, but it doesn’t bloom; it sounds like a month and float over water. What is it? Mayflower.
- Why did mom put the leftover turkey in the fridge instead of throwing it away? Because she didn’t want it to go to waist.
- What’s something you can never eat at Thanksgiving dinner? Thanksgiving breakfast and lunch.
- Why did the Pilgrim decide to eat the candle? Because he wanted a light snack.
- If you cross a key with a fowl, you get a turkey. What would you get if you cross a turkey with fire? A roasted turkey!
- It has ears but it cannot hear and it has flakes but it has no hair. What is it? Corn.
- What smells the best every Thanksgiving dinner? Your nose!
- Why didn’t the Pilgrims tell each other their secrets in the cornfield? Because the corn had ears.
- Most people eat me, and that is no surprise. I taste great as chips and also as fries. What am I? A potato.
- It’s something I spy with my little eye. I’m an orange squash that is baked in a pie. What am I? A pumpkin.
- Why is it that the turkey didn’t finish its dessert? Because it was already stuffed.
- What is Dracula’s all-time favorite holiday? Fangsgiving.
- This key has legs, but can’t open a door. What is it? turKEY!
- Which of the Thanksgiving beverages is considered to be sad? Apple sigh-der.
- Where did the Pilgrims stand when they landed? On their feet!
- If you like sweet side dishes, then I will make you a happy fellow as I have sweet potatoes as well as sugar and marshmallow. What am I? Candied yams.
- There’s lots of this at Thanksgiving but you don’t want it to be wasted because its meat’s really juicy, just so long as it has been basted. What is it? Turkey
- What is the most favorite sport of pumpkins and gourds? Squash
- Why did the turkey decide to cross the road? To prove that he wasn’t a chicken!
- Why did the pilgrim cross the road? Because he was actually chasing the turkey!
- What is brown, big, and red all over? A turkey with a scoop of cranberry sauce.
- You see this festive event along the street on this very special day, from Felix to Mickey to Dora and Bugs Bunny, all of the people will make way. What is it? The Thanksgiving Day Parade.
- It’s eaten at Thanksgiving as part of the main course. It gets added to your plate in the form of a sauce. What is it? Cranberry
- If you want to picture fall, then my image would be best. I am a horn that is filled with all the season’s harvest. What am I? Cornucopia.
- What will you get if you cross a turkey and a monkey? A banana that gobbles.
- Which side of the turkey has the most feathers? The outside.
- Is it possible for a turkey to fly higher than an ostrich? Yes, because ostriches don’t fly.
- We sailed across from Europe so we’d have the freedom to worship our God. Once we’d overcome many obstacles, we finally reached dry land at Cape Cod. Who are we? The pilgrims
- What do the Pilgrims, the Indians, and the Puritans all have in common? The letter “I.”