Although the coronavirus pandemic continues, the COVID-19 vaccine could allow this year’s Thanksgiving celebrations to be slightly larger. However, reuniting with family members after an extended period of time can be awkward.

Luckily, International Business Times has compiled a list of light-hearted jokes, riddles, one-liners, and, puns that are sure to break the ice and allow for a memorable family holiday.

Here are 20 Thanksgiving-themed jokes, compiled from Fatherly and Country Living.

1. What did the turkey say to the turkey hunter on Thanksgiving Day?

A. Quack, Quack!

2. What do you call a turkey on the day after Thanksgiving? 

A. Lucky.

3. What happened when the turkey played football? 

A. It got ejected for fowl play!

4. When is turkey soup bad for your health?

A. When you’re the turkey.

5. Why did the cranberries turn red?

A. Because they saw the turkey dressing.

6. What’s the official dance of Thanksgiving

A. The turkey trot.

7. What instrument does a turkey play?

A. The drumsticks!

8. What sound does a turkey’s phone make? 

A. Wing, wing, wing.

9. What do you wear to Thanksgiving dinner?

A. A har-vest.

10. What’s the difference between a turkey and a chicken?

A. Chickens celebrate Thanksgiving.

11. What key has legs and can’t open a door?

A. A turkey.

12. What do turkeys give thanks for on Thanksgiving?

A. Vegetarians.

13. Why did the turkey cross and then recross the road?

A. To prove he wasn’t chicken.

14. If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? 

A. Pilgrims!

15. What’s a turkey’s favorite dessert?

A. Peach gobbler!

16. Can a turkey jump higher than the Empire State Building? 

A. Of course! Buildings can’t jump.

17. Which holiday is Dracula’s favorite?

A. Fangs-giving.

18. Why do turkeys only star in R-rated movies? 

A. Because they use fowl language!

19. What kind of music did the pilgrims listen to?

A. Plymouth Rock.

20. Did you hear about the turkey who lost a fight? 

A. He got the stuffing knocked out of him!

thanksgiving Pictured: Families pray before Thanksgiving dinner. Photo: John Moore/Getty Images