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The annual Thanksgiving Day joke

This just in from Jim, from a fellow he knows about but shan't identify:
The fellow says, "This is my annual November joke:
I asked my mother-in-law's daughter if she wanted a turkey for Thanksgiving. She rolled her eyes, looked at me, heaved a sigh of Biblican proportions, and said, "I've got a year-'round turkey. Why would I want another one?" I haven't a clue about what she was talking. -The Fellow.
The Fellow tells the aforesaid every Thanksgiving, laughing more uncontrollably with each repetition, reveling in his own wit. "It's downright embarrassing," Jim says.

This story was posted on 2010-11-25 10:52:40
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