Funny Turkey Pictures, Cartoons and Jokes
Will and Guy's Funny Turkey Pictures, Jokes and Stories
Why did the turkey cross the road? Because he wasn't chicken.
Another Funny Turkey Cartoon
The Secret of Stuffing a Turkey
How many cooks
does it take to stuff a turkey?
I know the wife bought a turkey. But where on earth did she put the bird?
Perhaps the question should be: 'Who is the Christmas Turkey?'
Whilst the above Christmas turkey picture works if you put either the 'Christmas' or 'Thanksgiving' in the caption; it is not nearly so funny if you substitute 'chicken' for 'turkey'.
How Was the Christmas Turkey for You?
We had grandma for Christmas dinner.
We had turkey.
Short Funny Turkey Stories
An industrious turkey farmer was always experimenting with breeding to perfect a better turkey. His family was fond of the leg portion for dinner and there were never enough legs for everyone. After many frustrating attempts, the farmer was relating the results of his efforts to his friends at the general store get together. 'Well I finally did it! I bred a turkey that has 6 legs!' They all asked the farmer how it tasted.
'I don't know, 'said the farmer, 'I never could catch it!'
Funny Turkey Yarns
A woman called 1-800-322-4337 to find out how long it would take to roast her Christmas turkey. To answer the question, the Talk-Line home economist asked how much the bird weighed.
The woman responded, 'How do I know, it's still running around outside.'
An Interesting Thought
It was Christmas Eve in Tesco and a woman was anxiously searching through the last few remaining turkeys in the hope of finding a large one.
In desperation she called over a shop assistant and said, 'Excuse me, do these turkeys get any bigger?'
'No, mam, 'he replied, 'they're all dead.'
Benjamin, Says 'Grace' Before Christmas Lunch
The whole family bowed their heads in preparation. He began his prayer, thanking God for all his friends, naming them one by one. Then he thanked God for Mummy, Daddy, brother, sister, Grannie, Grampy, and all his aunts and uncles. Benjamin then began to thank God for the food.
He gave thanks for the turkey, the chipolatas, the cranberry sauce, the bread sauce, the Christmas pudding, the Yule log, the roast potatoes and even the brandy butter. Benjamin paused, and everyone waited .....and waited.
After a long silence, he looked up at his mother and asked, 'If I thank God for the Brussels sprouts, won't he know that I'm lying?'
The Secret of Stuffing a Turkey
How many cooks does it take to stuff a turkey? Only one, but you REALLY have to squeeze to get him in.
Martha was away from home on Christmas Day for the first time and she was missing her home and family desperately. Martha decided to cook a turkey herself, just like her Mum used to, so that she could feel closer to her family.
Martha returned home for the New Year celebrations and recounted her experience to her Mum saying, 'Mum. it was so difficult to eat the turkey.'
'Why was that, dear' asked Mum in a concerned way, 'was it not cooked properly?'
'How would I know?' responded Martha, 'it wouldn't sit still.'
Real Questions Asked on the Turkey Cooking Hotline
A giant turkey has been spared from the Christmas dinner table after winning a national competition.
The bird, called Terence, will spend his life as a breeding stag [tom in the USA] after being rated as the best bronze turkey in the country by the Poultry Club of Great Britain. The three-year-old bird, which weighs 16kg (35lb), is also something of a celebrity after moving from its owner's farm in South Devon to the nearby Woodlands Leisure Park, where he is one of the star attractions.
Richard in Boston calls his son in London the week before Christmas and tells him, 'I am sorry to tell you but your mother and I are going to divorcing. I just cannot take any more of her moaning. We can't stand the sight of each other any more.' I am telling first, Richard, because you are the eldest, please tell your sister.
When Richard calls his sister Jennifer, she says: 'No way are they getting divorced, I will go over and see them for Christmas.'
Jennifer phones here parents and tells them both 'You must NOT get divorced. Promise you won't do anything until I get over there. I'm calling Richard, and we'll both be there with you tomorrow. Until then, don't take any action, please listen to me', and hangs up.
The father puts down the phone and turns to his wife and says. 'Good news' he says, 'Richard and Jennifer are coming to see us at Christmas and unlike last year, they are each paying their own way.'
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Home alone one Christmas, a Maine woman was in the doghouse when she called the "Butterball Turkey Talk-Line".
Apparently found Will and Guy, while preparing the turkey, her Chihuahua jumped into the bird's body cavity and couldn't get out. She tried pulling the dog and shaking the bird, but nothing worked. She and the dog became more and more distraught.
After calming the woman down, the Talk-Line home economist suggested carefully cutting the opening in the cavity of the turkey wider.
It worked and Maxwell was free. Too silly to make up say Will and Guy.
Do Turkeys Love Christmas? Wilbur Does
A turkey has been spared ending up on the dinner plate this Christmas because he is too ugly, Will and Guy have discovered.
Wilbur is underweight, has no tail feathers, a misshapen body and walks with a limp. He's the only bird remaining at the pick-your-own turkey farm in Totnes, Devon, England.
The turkey is in for a treat this Christmas as Farm owner Peter says he and his wife Jackie plan to keep Wilbur as a pet. Wilbur will become one of the family. 'He might be an ugly old thing,' Peter told us, 'but we think he's lovely.'
A lost turkey has been named after The Great Escape star, Steve McQueen, after it avoided the chop this Christmas. Queenie was taken to the RSPCA's "Stubbington Ark", near Fareham, Hampshire, England, animal shelter after the creature was seen strolling along a busy road locally.
It is unclear whether Queenie escaped from a private coop or a farm. The bird will be ready to be re-homed, with staff insisting Queenie goes to a loving home with no chance of ending up as dinner next Christmas.
Will, who lives very close to the Stubbington Ark, has been told by staff that Queenie had settled in well and was fit and healthy. One helper told him, 'After a few checks she will be ready for re-homing but her new owners need a good-sized garden, a run and have experience keeping poultry.
Will's wife's cat, Butser, also came from this same animal sanctuary after being rescued as a stray.
The turkey is a funny bird
'Don't assume you're always going to be understood. I wrote in a column that one should put a cup of liquid in the cavity of a turkey when roasting it. Someone wrote me that: "The turkey tasted great, but the plastic cup melted." ' - Heloise.
One More Funny Christmas Turkey Picture
We believe this very funny cartoon, which was sent in by Greta, is by Tony Sarrecchia
Marmaduke (right) has come from Welsh Mountain Zoo One Bactrian camel certainly did not get the hump this Christmas when he received the perfect present - a new friend.
The arrival of Marmaduke the camel at Marwell Zoo, in Hampshire, England, means long-serving resident Wacker is no longer alone.
Wacker's keepers' had been trying to find him a companion after Tabitha, his friend of 17 years, passed away. Welsh Mountain Zoo answered the call and Marmaduke arrived at the zoo near Winchester in time for Christmas.
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