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Dave's Funny World, Issue #003, November 2010 "Being Thankful"
November 15, 2010

Dave's Funny World-Issue 3
November 2010

"Being Thankful"

Welcome to the November and Thanksgiving Edition of "Dave's Funny World". Here's Thanksgiving with a few special moments.

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Table Of Contents

What's Brand New?

Thanksgiving Pictures

Thanksgiving Jokes

The World Clock

"Being Thankful" Videos

Newspaper Map

Thanksgiving Trivia

Thanksgiving Poems

Thanksgiving Cartoons

New Doormat Possibly?

I Am Thankful

What's Brand New?

The Comedy Program, "Laugh With Dave" is alive and well. However, I had to press the pause button for a little while.

After a bout with the flu, a virus and another health issue requiring some testing, I figured out I needed to slow down a bit. Get the energy back then continue with the program.

I hope to be able to schedule the event in the early part of 2011. Stay in touch. I want you on the front row when the hilarity launches!

Some Funny Thanksgiving Pictures

Where Oh where did that turkey get to?

"Nice to finally meet you Mr. President. By the way, thanks for the pardon!"

"Happy Thanksgiving, as we get this holiday rolling."

"I know it's hard to believe, but it's all about me. I am a Celebrity."

"Hey everyone, I decided to bring over my little butterball."

Thanksgiving Jokes

A lady was picking through the frozen turkeys at the grocery store, but couldn't find one fresh enough for her family. She asked the stock boy, "Don't you have fresh turkeys?" The stock boy answered, "But they are all dead. Now how can I make them take a bath?"

How can you tell a male turkey from a female turkey?

The male is the one holding the remote control.

It was the first time the blonde was eating Thanksgiving dinner without her family. Trying to replicate the tradition, she prepared a turkey dinner for herself alone. The next day, her mother called to see how everything went.

"Oh, mother, I made myself a lovely dinner, but I had so much trouble trying to eat the turkey!" said the daughter.

"Why... did it taste funny?" her mother asked.

"I don't know," the blonde said. "It wouldn't sit still!"

It's the day before Thanksgiving, and the butcher is just locking up when a man begins pounding on the front door.

"Please let me in," the man pleads desperately. "I forgot to buy a turkey, and my wife will kill me if I don't come home with one."

"Okay," 'says the butcher. "Let me see what I have left." He goes into the freezer and discovers there's one last scrawny turkey left. He brings it out to show the man.

"That one's too skinny. What else you got?" says the man.

The butcher takes the bird back into the freezer, waits a few minutes and then brings the same turkey back out to the man.

"Oh, no," says the man. "That one doesn't look any better. You better give me both of them!"

Jolene was only eight years old and lived way out in the country with her parents who rarely entertained any visitors. One day Jolene's mother said that her father was bringing two guests home for Thanksgiving supper.

After they had enjoyed the turkey, Jolene went to the kitchen to help her mother. She proudly brought out the first piece of pumpkin pie and gave it to her father, who then passed the plate to a guest.

When Jolene came out with the second piece and gave it to her father, he again gave it to a guest. This was too much for the little girl. "It's no use, Daddy," she cried. "The pieces are all the same size."

For many more jokes, head over to: Thanksgiving Jokes

Here's a World Clock you need to see. You've probably never seen a data machine like this.

The link to the clock is:
The World Clock

Being Thankful Videos

Follow this link to the videos.

Being Thankful Videos

For more Thanksgiving Videos visit You-Can-Be-Funny's:

Thanksgiving Videos

Newspaper Map

This newspaper map allows you to read the newspaper that your mouse is hovering over. It's pretty neat.

Follow this link and try it for yourself:

Newspaper Map

Thanksgiving Trivia

Most families have a member who knows more, has done more and thinks he has more than everybody else. Run these questions by that person on Thanksgiving Day and bring him down a few notches.

By the 19th century , celebrating Thanksgiving is said to have been the origin of what table tradition?

The kiddy table.

Did the Pilgrims take beer with them on their crossing?

Yes, John Alden was a cooper who made barrels.

Did the Pilgrims actually wear those funny buckles and hats?

No, however, no one knows how this look originated.

How can a turkey drown when it's raining?

By looking up.

How many Pilgrim women are believed to have survived to celebrate the first Thanksgiving?

Only 5 survived and they all cooked the meat.

Is Thanksgiving a religious celebration?

No, it is a harvest celebration not associated with any religion.

There's alot more questions to test your knowledge of Thanksgiving. Be sure and visit:

Thanksgiving Trivia

Thanksgiving Poems

Maybe you'll find yourself in a more serious mood on Thanksgiving Day. You may want to have some of these in your pocket.

A Turkey Speaks

I have never understood

why anyone would

roast the turkey

and shuck the clams

and crisp the croutons

and shell the peas

and candy the sweets

and compote the cranberries

and bake the pies

and clear the table

and wash the dishes

and fall into bed

when they could sit back

and enjoy a hamburger.

No Turkey

My father hates Thanksgiving.

It's all about the stuffing.

He says it smells like day-old socks.

So on his plate goes nothing.

He grits his teeth and goes to bed.

It gives my mother grief.

I think next year, this holiday,

instead we'll eat roast beef!


By Jane-Ann Heitmueller

While sauntering down an oak filled lane one bright, crisp autumn day,

I sensed a quiet, hidden gaze directed in my way.

With searching eyes I scanned the limbs to find the Peeping Tom,

And sure enough, though well concealed, the turkey sat so calm.

Apparently, 'twas in his heart approaching Turkey Day,

So he was hidden with the hope to be nobody's prey.

I couldn't help but sympathize, as I went strolling by,

And know I too would be in fear thinking I soon might die!

Striking a pose of nonchalance, my pace, I kept it steady,

Deciding this Thanksgiving Day.

My meal would be spaghetti.

More poems can be found at:

Funny Thanksgiving Poems

Thanksgiving Cartoons

You can see the full set by going to:

Thanksgiving Cartoons

New Doormat Possibly?

Here comes the herd very soon to enjoy the best Thanksgiving Meal they've ever experienced.

Consider canning the predictable "Welcome Mat" and go with one of these more contemporary ones.

I Am Thankful

For the wife

Who says it's hot dogs tonight

Because she is home with me

And not out with someone else.

For the husband

Who is on the sofa

Being a couch potato

Because he is home with me

And not out at the bars.

For the teenager

Who is complaining about doing dishes

Because it means she is at home,

Not on the streets.

For the taxes I pay

Because it means

I am employed.

For the mess to clean after a party

Because it means I have

Been surrounded by friends

For the clothes that fit a little too snug

Because it means

I have enough to eat.

For my shadow that watches me work

Because it means

I am out in the sunshine.

For a lawn that needs mowing,

Windows that need cleaning,

And gutters that need fixing

Because it means I have a home.

For all the complaining

I hear about the government

Because it means

We have freedom of speech.

For the parking spot

I find at the far end of the parking lot

Because it means

I am capable of walking,

And I have been blessed with transportation.

For my huge heating bill

Because it means

I am warm.

For the lady behind me in church

Who sings off key

Because it means I can hear.

For the pile of laundry and ironing

Because it means

I have clothes to wear.

For weariness and aching muscles

At the end of the day

Because it means I have been

Capable of working.

For the alarm that goes off

In the early morning hours

Because it means

I am alive.

And finally, for too much e-mail

Because it means

I have friends who are thinking of me.

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Until the December newsletter...

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Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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