TURKEY DAY, U.S.A.

STILL OVERSTUFFED

myself and now somebody should beat the stuffing out of me so I can reclaim my svelte youthful dashing look, how daring can a pore soul be lest he rise to sharp bait?


ALSO BIRD DAY, ALSO EAT DAY,
ALSO THANKSGIVING DAY


GET READY! CLICK ON THE BIRD!


See the Full Beaver Moon. called the Full Beaver Moon, because traditionally this was the time to set beaver traps before the swamps froze.

"Yah, I tried tah set a trap for one but nevah worked out for me, cain't figger out why."



graphic by Darrin Brenner-Rolat

This Brit was traveling across America on the train and while going through Iowa he asked a guy, "What do you blokes do with all that corn?"

"We eat what we can and what we can't we can."

"Oh, I say, that is simply fab." And the Brit went home and said he had heard the best joke in America... "When I asked them what they did with all that corn the bloke said, 'We eat what we can and what we can't we put up in jars."

Corny? Not when you consider America was founded on corn. That's right. Lucky for the Pilgrims when they came to America they met an Indian named Squanto who taught them how to plant corn.

You have to plant a fish head with each seed of corn. Then when you are all done planting, make sure you tie up the front legs of all the dogs in town.

Corny? You bet! Gobble gobble gobble.

--Capn Skyp

we don't stew
but we broil
and enjoy brew
wrap our heads in foil
sit around the table
and do the reynolds rap?
ketchup on old thyme's?
or do we send the reynolds home
and let them stew in their own grime?

 

 

 



THAW THE BIRD

(I thawt I thaw the bird. It wath flying thouth)

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