KINDRED: Fear that relatives are coming to stay. (Internet Source)
MATING RITUAL: Trying to coordinate holiday dinnerware, glasses and silverware. (MsSam)
OLD-TIMER: One who can remember when folks sat down at the dinner table and counted their blessings instead of calories. (Internet Source)
OPTIMIST: A woman who leaves the holiday dishes because she'll feel more like washing them in the morning. (Variation of an Internet Source)
PUMPKIN PIE: Congealed weapon. (Charles Waugh and MsSam)
RECIPE: A series of step-by-step instructions for preparing ingredients you forgot to buy, in utensils you don't own, to make a dish even the dog won't eat. (Internet Source)
STUFFED: How you look when you rebuckle your belt after Thanksgiving dinner. (MsSam)
THANKSGIVING: 1) When one species ceases to gobble while another begins. (Based on a statement by R. E. Marino)
(2) Waistful holiday. (Charles Waugh)
(3) A holiday that always falls on Thursday because the Pilgrims came here in search of a four-day weekend. (Internet Source)
THANKSGIVING DINNER: 1) Half-time feast.
(2) A time-consuming event that takes an hour to eat, a day to cook, a week to arrange, and a month to bounce back from. (Based on a statement by Robert Orben)
(3) Giving your family the bird. (Charles Waugh and MsSam)
TIME TO STUFF A RUBBER TURKEY: Pranksgiving. - Joseph Leff
TURKEYS: (1) The stuffed of which dreams are made. (Statement by Charles G. Waugh and Kathy Sweet Waugh)
(2) Native American chicken. (Charles Waugh)
(3) A fowl bird. (Internet Source)
Received from Stan Kegel.
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