Jokes for Wednesday, November 30th

I promised you some jokes last night and Deby Fredericks from offered me a seemingly simple one: Why did the turkey cross the road?
 Here are a number of answers to the joke:


Joke – start



Why did the turkey cross the road?



Joke – Answers:



Because it was easier to cross the road than the mashed potatoes.


To get to the gravy.


Because there was a hungry cat chasing him.


Because he saw a cob of corn over there and couldn’t wait to gobble it up.


He was a bit confused because the directions he received said it was ‘twelve miles how the crow flies.’


The road was better than the green bean casserole.


Because it wasn’t a chicken.


To the turkey, it was better to run the risk of crossing the road than to be sauced like the cranberries.


Because there was an all you can eat buffet and he wanted to be stuffed.


Some scientists argue that the turkey was standing still and the road moved underneath him.


Does it really matter what the turkey’s motives were when we could instead debate what political party it belonged too?


Debating the motives of a turkey is nearly as difficult as determining why a road was built in an area previously designated for turkey crossings.


The real question should be if there was a car coming.


It was trying to get to a turkey trot.




I hope you enjoyed these answer to tonight’s joke. I’d like to thank Deby Frederick’s for the start to tonight’s joke.

 If anyone has another joke they’d like to see my answers too, feel free to post it in the comments and I might use it next week.

Thanks for reading!


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