Thanksgiving with sayings of thanks and Thanksgiving Puns

Thanks Giving

Thanksgiving Day is a yearly holiday in the US and Canada that honors the harvest and other blessings from the previous year. The widespread consensus among Americans is that Thanksgiving was inspired by a harvest feast that the Wampanoag and English colonists (Pilgrims) of Plymouth shared in 1621. The Thanksgiving feast traditionally consists of turkey, bread stuffing, potatoes, cranberries, and pumpkin pie. The American holiday is particularly rich in folklore and symbolism. When it comes to traffic, the holiday is frequently the busiest of the year as family members get together. Thanksgiving Day is observed on November 24, 2022, a Thursday.

Although it is unknown if the turkey served at the inaugural Thanksgiving meal was the main course, the National Turkey Federation estimates that over 90% of Americans today consume the bird. In fact, the turkey has grown to be associated with to the point where, as part of a custom that dates back to the middle of the 20th century, the president pardons one or two turkeys every year to prevent them from being eaten. Pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes, and cranberries are some additional preferred foods.

Thanksgiving may be joyful and whimsical while yet being a holiday of thanks. People typically love joking about at the table during a nice gathering and sharing anecdotes, jokes, or puns. When spending Thanksgiving with friends or family, word games are a safe and enjoyable way to get everyone laughing at the dinner table and a terrific way to get into the holiday spirit :

Thanksgiving Puns

  • Oh my gourd!
  • Gobble until you wobble
  • Feast mode
  • I’m all about that baste
  • Corn you believe it?
  • That’s a-maize-ing
  • I yam who I yam
  • Cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater
  • B-autumns up
  • Fowl play
  • Turnip the beat
  • The gravy train
  • Taters gonna tate
  • Sweet as apple pie
  • Easy as pie!

Thanksgiving Sayings

There are many Thanksgiving proverbs that are witty, funny, and amusing but not quotes from notable or extravagant characters or humorous puns. These proverbs work well in a relaxed yet energizing setting during the holidays. There are many good quotes that refer, including:

  • There’s always something to be thankful for
  • There’s always room for seconds
  • Give thanks with a grateful heart
  • Pumpkin spice and everything nice
  • Thankful and blessed
  • Pumpkin kisses and harvest wishes
  • Leftovers are for quitters
  • Eat, drink, and be thankful
  • In all things give thanks
  • Let our lives be full of both thanks and giving
  • Gather here with grateful hearts
  • Get your pie on
  • It’s turkey time
  • Keep calm and gobble on
  • Count your blessings

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