Sunday, November 28, 2010


Hello Everybody! Ms. Waxy Dragon here, and boy am I stuffed.
I definitely overate (again) on Thanksgiving.
Usually I just overindulge in rich dark Bulgosian chocolate. But it was nice to be able to sit down with all my dragon friends and just hang out for a while this past Thursday.
Of course my eating habits are nothing compared to theirs! There are a couple of turkey farms that are VERY thankful that Thanksgiving only comes once a year.
But I think this does prove my point. Not all dragons think Humans are crunchy and taste good with ketchup. Of course the bigger ones in the dragon clan that do feel that way about Humans always complain about having difficulties getting their prey out of those suits of armor. After all, have you ever tried to eat canned food when it was still in the can? We're dragons, not goats.
Anyway, since technically we're at the end of the holiday weekend, I thought I'd share some Thanksgiving themed jokes with you.

What do turkeys say in outer space?
"Hubble, Hubble, Hubble."

Why did the Pilgrims want to set sail in the spring?
Because April showers bring may flowers.
And of course, if April showers bring may flowers, what do may flowers bring?

How do turkeys travel?
Bird class. Although they have wings, turkeys can't fly!
"Really? I swear, as God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!" Arthur Carlson, Station Manager, WKRP In Cincinnatti.

Is it true you can't take a turkey out in public because they use such fowl language?

Why do a Pilgrim's pants fall down?
Because for some reason they wear their belt buckles on their hats!

What did the mother turkey say to her naughty son?
"If your father could see you now, he'd turn over in his gravy!"

What kind of music do Pilgrims like?
Plymoth Rock.

What would be the best instrument for a turkey to play?
The drums, because he has the sticks for it. Drumsticks, get it?

Well, unfortunately we've reached the end of another Sunday Funnies.
Oh, now you applaud!
But before I go, just how do you dispose of the leftovers properly?
I mean, I've got more turkey in my refrigerator right now than I'll be able to eat between now and Christmas!
These birds are going to haunt me for weeks!
I don't have to worry about turkey ghosts, do I?
Please tell me there is no such thing as a poultrygeist.
Does anyone know the number of a good exorcist? Or at least Colonel Saunders recipe line?

Take care everyone. Have a good week and we'll be back next weekend for more Sunday Funnies.-wd.

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