205 Funny Thanksgiving Puns And Jokes To Feast On

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Isn’t Thanksgiving the best! I LOVE it so much. I always look forward to Thanksgiving!

This year will look a little different for my family though. I’m getting induced with my fourth baby on Black Friday. I can’t wait to meet her!

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So when everyone is around the dinner table ready to eat some apple pie or Thanksgiving turkey, just bust out some of these funny Thanksgiving jokes! They’ll be the best thing next to a big plate of turkey.

I’m sure you’ll have a happy Thanksgiving!

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Thanksgiving Puns

  1. This corn is a-maize-ing!
  2. This pie is proof that appley-ever-afters do indeed exist!
  3. Is that your pop-up timer or are you just happy to see me?
  4. If your grandma saw you making boxed mashed potatoes, she’d roll over in her gravy.
  5. Bread-y or not, here I crumb.
  6. Enough with the prelude and let’s get stuffed.
  7. Roast assured, this Thanksgiving will be incredible!
  8. I love you, from your bread to your pota-toes.
  9. It’s time to get basted!
  10. Gobble ’til you wobble!
  11. That’s quite the quirky turkey.
  12. Oh my gourdness, I plucking love fall.
  13. Getting the longer part of the wishbone is a snap!
  14. Let’s give ’em pumpkin to talk about.
  15. The goal is to gobble until you wobble.
  16. A lot of people were angry at me for eating the last of the mashed potatoes. Taters gonna tate!
  17. Eat, drink, and cranberry.
  18. Let’s get the gourd times rolling!
  19. I’m too blessed, and my turkey is too dressed for me to be stressed.
  20. Much ado about stuffing.
  21. Eat, drink, and cranberry!
  22. Butterballin’ on a budget.
  23. Fall so har, mother pumpkins wanna spice me.
  24. Getting the longer half of the wishbone is a snap.
  25. Let the gourd times roll.
  26. Talk turkey to me.
  27. Family, friends, and food- it doesn’t get any butter than this.
  28. That was plucking hilarious!
  29. I yam what I yam!
  30. You think I’m done? Honey, you ain’t seen stuffing yet.
  31. Zero plucks given.
  32. Stop staring at my breast.
  33. We can worry about the Christmas tree some other time. Tonight is all about the poul-tree!
  34. I only have pies for you.
  35. Every Thanksgiving, I give my family the bird!
  36. Green bean casserole, pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes-when it’s Thanksgiving, there’s always more than one side to the story.
  37. B-autumns up!
  38. Silence of the Yams.
  39. This celebration is totally my jam.
  40. 50 Shades of Gravy.
  41. Let’s get basted.
  42. Yeah, sure, abs are great. But have you ever had pumpkin pie?
  43. Oh my gourd, I’m stuffed.
  44. Hello Gourd-geous!
  45. It’s all fun and games until your pant buttons come undone.
  46. Baste. Thanksgiving. Ever!
  47. Will you please stop with the Thanksgiving puns? I couldn’t quit cold turkey!
  48. Gobble up the gratitude.
  49. Cranberry your thoughts.
  50. Gravy-ous thanks.
  51. Let’s talk turkey.
  52. Stuffin’ yourself with joy.
  53. Thanks a pumpkin!
  54. Don’t be a turkey, give thanks.
  55. Feast mode: ON.
  56. Seasoned greetings.
  57. Let’s give ’em pumpkin to talk about.
  58. Turkey time is the breast time.
  59. Count your blessings, not just calories.
  60. Pie love you!
  61. Cran-bury happy thoughts.
  62. A-maize-ing thankfulness.
  63. Grateful hearts gather here.
  64. May your mashed potatoes be lump-free.
  65. Harvesting happiness.
  66. Keep calm and gobble on.
  67. I yam thankful for you.
  68. Pass the gratitude, please.
  69. Stuff it with thanksgiving.
  70. Filling up on family and gratitude.
  71. Pumpkin-spiced thank you.
  72. Gourd times with loved ones.
  73. Harvest the happiness.
  74. Full of thanks and pie.
  75. Give peas a chance (to be thankful).
  76. Applesolutely thankful.
  77. Wishing you a cornucopia of joy.
  78. Let’s have a drumstick roll of gratitude.
  79. Thankful, blessed, and mashed potato obsessed.
  80. Time to cran-k up the thankfulness.
  81. It’s a corny but thankful day.
  82. Life is gravy when you’re thankful.
  83. Autumn leaves and thank-you’s, please.
  84. Sweet as pie gratitude.
  85. Thanks a bunch (of carrots)!
  86. Grateful, thank-FULL.
  87. Thankful for the whole shebang!
  88. Feast your eyes on gratitude.
  89. Turkey and thanks, it’s a combo deal.
  90. Peas and thank you.
  91. Gourd-geous moments of thankfulness.
  92. Let’s talk turkey and give thanks.
  93. Feeling cran-tastic!
  94. Grateful hearts, full plates.
  95. Thankful from my head to-ma-toes.
  96. Pumpkin spice and everything nice.
  97. Stuffing our faces with gratitude.
  98. Thanks a latte for this season.
  99. May your blessings be bountiful and your pie endless.
  100. Don’t be a jerky, be a turkey!
  101. Applesolutely thankful for you.
  102. Let’s have a pumpkin to talk about.
  103. Every day is pie day when you’re thankful.
  104. Stay gravy, my friends.
  105. Thankful vibes, autumn vibes.
  106. A toast to togetherness and thankfulness.
  107. Embrace your inner cranberry, be saucy and thankful.
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Thanksgiving Jokes

Don’t worry! These turkey jokes aren’t too fowl.

  1. I’m never eating Thanksgiving leftovers again. Starting this very moment, I’m quitting cold turkey!
  2. Turkeys mesmerize me. I can’t help but fowl under their spell!
  3. Leftovers? Leftovers are for quitters, and we ain’t quitters.
  4. What was the line from the Prince song about Thanksigiving? “Because stuffing compares, stuffing compares to you.”
  5. What do we do after a Thanksgiving dinner? We all fowl asleep.
  6. Why did the turkey cross the road? Because it was Thanksgiving and he wanted to get out of sight.
  7. What did the turkey say to the computer voice recognition? “Google, Google, Google.”
  8. What’s a turkey’s favorite dessert? Peach gobbler!
  9. What were the lyrics to that Carly Rae Jepson song about Thanksgiving? “Hey, I just met you, and this is gravy. But here’s my stuffing, so carve me, maybe.”
  10. Why did the cranberries turn red? Because they saw the turkey dressing.
  11. What type of glass does a turkey drink from? A gobble-et!
  12. How does that AC/DC song about Thanksgiving go? “Turkey meals, done dirt cheap!”
  13. What do you call a running turkey? Fast food.
  14. With Coronavirus being a possible concern this year, what’s likely to be the most popular side dish? Masked potatoes.
  15. How do turkeys open doors? They turn the doorknob.
  16. What is a vampire’s favorite holiday? Fangs-giving.
  17. Why didn’t the parents let the turkey near their children? Because it used such fowl language.
  18. How do turkeys unlock doors? With a turkey-key.
  19. Why do pillgrim’s pants always fall down? Because they have a belt buckle on their hats!
  20. Which side of the turkey has the most feathers? The outside!
  21. What’s the best dance to do after your Thanksgiving feast? The Turkey Trot.
  22. Can a turkey jump higher than the Empire State Building? Of course, they can. The Empire State Building can’t jump!
  23. What do you wear to Thanksgiving dinner? A har-vest.
  24. Why did the police take the turkey in for questioning? He sensed fowl play.
  25. Which kind of music did the Pilgrims enjoy most? Plymouth Rock.
  26. What’s a turkey’s least favorite song? “I’m all about that baste, about that baste, no giblets.”
  27. How did the turkey manage to survive Thanksgiving? By staying ahead of the carve!
  28. What always come sat the end of Thanksgiving? The letter G.
  29. Why is there a fight for the first drumstick? Everyone wants to get a leg up on the competition.
  30. If there were still Pilgrims alive today, what would they be famous for? Their age!
  31. Turkeys aren’t the only birds with hilarious Thanksgiving puns. Toucan play at that game!
  32. What does a one-legged turkey say? Wobble. Wobble.
  33. Why do turkeys always play drums? They have enough drumsticks!
  34. If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? Pilgrims!
  35. What would you get if you crossed a turkey with a ghost? A poultry-geist!
  36. What did the will turkey say to the hunter? Quack quack.
  37. How is Thanksgiving Day kind of like a workout day? It’s leg day.
  38. Why was the Black Friday even at the Geology Museum such a resounding success? Everything was on shale! It totally rocked!
  39. How do you make a turkey float? Root beer, a scoop of ice cream, and a turkey.
  40. Why did the turkey cross the road? Thanksgiving was coming up. He wanted everyone to think he was a chicken!
  41. Making food puns is my favorite! It can’t be beet!
  42. What do you get when you cross a turkey with a centipede? Unlimited drumstick buffet!
  43. What do you call a turkey on the day after Thanksgiving? Lucky.
  44. What’s the best music to play at Thanksgiving dinner? Plymouth Rock.
  45. Why didn’t the chef add any spices to her Thanksgiving roast? She didn’t have the thyme.
  46. Why does everyone pick the sweet potato as their favorite root vegetable? Because it can’t be beet.
  47. How do competitors gear up for Thanksgiving dinner? They activate Feast Mode.
  48. What sound does a turkey make when you take its legs? “Wobble, wobble!”
  49. What did the pilgrim call his friends? His pal-grims.
  50. What do turkeys eat on Thanksgiving? Nothing-they’re too stuffed.
  51. Knock knock. Who’s there? Normal Lee. Normal Lee who? Normal Lee, I don’t eat this much!
  52. What is a pumpkin’s favorite sport? Squash.
  53. How do you fix a broken pumpkin pie? With a pumpkin patch!
  54. Why did the satchel sneak onto the Mayflower to come to America? To escape purse-elution.
  55. What dessert do mathematicians prefer to eat during Thanksgiving? Pumpkin pi.
  56. Why is everyone relieved when the candied yams finally arrive? Because they’re such sweet potatoes.
  57. What did the turkey tell the hunter on Thanksgiving day? “Quack quack!”
  58. Why did the cranberry sauce cross the road? To get to the other side dish.
  59. My family always fasts for Thanksgiving. The faster we eat, the more food we get.
  60. What happens to cranberry sauce when it listens to sad music? It biomes blues-berry sauce.
  61. Why was the cranberry so embarrassed? It saw the turkey dressing!
  62. What do Thanksgiving and Halloween have in common? Gobble-ins.
  63. What role do green beans play at Thanksgiving dinner? The casse-role.
  64. What do you get when you divide the circumference of a pumpkin? Pumpkin pi.
  65. Do we put up Christmas decorations too early? We go from poul-tree on Thursday to Christmas Tree on Friday.
  66. Why was it hard to find the Thanksgiving ham? It was an obstacle-curred ham.
  67. More rolls? You butter believe it!
  68. What’s the best whiskey for Thanksgiving? Wild Turkey.
  69. What’s Stephen King’s favorite Thanksgiving dish? Monster mash potatoes and grave-y.
  70. Is our Thanksgiving dinner almost done? You ain’t seen stuffing yet.
  71. Mom wants you to help us fix Thanksgiving Day dinner. Why? Is it broken?
  72. Why can’t the potatoes and yams get along? Because they’re agi-taters.
  73. What should you do if nobody can hear the dinner bell? Turnip the volume.
  74. What does Miley Cyrus serve for Thanksgiving dinner? Twerky.
  75. Who was the swashbuckling here os Swine Wars? Ham Solo.
  76. That’s a very impressive ham! It would be a shame if someone put an s at the front end of e at the end.
  77. What did the baby corn call his dad? Pop corn!
  78. What do you call it when you only have hot dogs for Thanksgiving dinner? Franks-giving.
  79. What do we do with the potatoes that I left in the oven and burnt to a crisp? Save them for black fry day.
  80. What do you call someone who loves corn? A corn-ivore!
  81. When will the Thanksgiving bread rise? When you yeast expect it.
  82. Why was the turkey so late for Thanksgiving dinner? The chef ran out of thyme.
  83. What will you tell Mom after this year’s successful Thanksgiving dinner? Corn-gratulations!
  84. What did the crowd cheer when dessert finally arrived? Whip, whip, hooray!
  85. What did Voltaire eat for Thanksgiving? “Candide” yams.
  86. What’s the difference between a pirate and a cranberry farmer? A pirate buries his treasures while a cranberry farmer treasures his berries.
  87. Why did the scarecrow win an award? Because he was outstanding in his field!
  88. What’s a turkey’s favorite dessert? Peach gobbler!
  89. Why did the turkey sit on the dinner table? To have a gobble conversation!
  90. What do you call a turkey on the day after Thanksgiving? Lucky!
  91. What’s a turkey’s favorite type of music? Anything with drumsticks!
  92. Why did the turkey cross the road? To prove it wasn’t chicken!
  93. How do you make a turkey float? You need root beer, vanilla ice cream, and a feather!
  94. What’s the best thing to put into a pumpkin pie? Your teeth!
  95. Why did the cranberries turn red? Because they saw the turkey dressing!
  96. What did the corn say to the butter? “Don’t I look good in yellow?”
  97. What did the turkey say before it was roasted? “Boy, I’m stuffed!”
  98. What’s a turkey’s favorite type of weather? Fowl weather!
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Write Your Own Puns

Trying to write your own puns?

All you need to do is say a Thanksgiving word like turkey, cluck, dressing, stuffing, or gobble over and over a few times. Listen and try to think of other words they sound like.

Now, you can write a pun like, “Talk turkey to me!”

Have fun writing amazing Thanksgiving puns!

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Final Thoughts

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