Thanksgiving may be synonymous with an extravagant feast, but you'll still have to talk to your family members in between bites.

International Business Times has compiled a list of jokes, one-liners, riddles, and puns that will fill any awkward pauses and turn your holiday gathering into a memorable celebration.

Check out these 20 Thanksgiving-themed jokes gathered from Parade and Today:

1. What did the Thanksgiving turkey say to the Christmas ham?
A: Nice to meat you.

2. With Coronavirus being a possible concern this year, what's likely to be the most popular side dish?
A: Masked potatoes.

3. What do you call a turkey the day after Thanksgiving?
A: Lucky!

4. If Pilgrims were still alive, what would they be known for?
A: Their age.

5. Did you hear about the turkey who went to jail?
A: It was arrested for fowl play.

6. On Thanksgiving, what does Dad have in common with an exhausted baseball player?
A: They're both likely to fall asleep between plates.

7. What do turkeys say on Thanksgiving?
A: Moo.

8. Why did the turkey cross the road twice?
A: To prove he wasn't a chicken.

9. Did you hear about the turkey haunted house?
A: It had a poultry-giest.

10. What kind of 'tude is appropriate at the family dinner?
A: Gratitude.

11. If fruit comes from fruit trees, where do turkeys come from?
A: Poul-trees.

12. What's something usually insulting, but not on Thanksgiving?
A: A family member giving you the bird.

13. Why is corn so popular on Thanksgiving?
A: Because it's a-maize-ing.

14. If Pilgrims traveled on the Mayflower, what do college students travel on?
A: Scholar ships.

15. Did you hear about the turkey fight?
A: He got the stuffing knocked out of him.

16. What did the sweet potato say when it was asked if it was hungry?
A: "Yes, I yam."

17. How did the turkey get home for Thanksgiving?
A: It took the gravy train.

18. How did the salt and pepper welcome all the guests?
A: By saying, "Seasoning's greetings!"

19. What did one pumpkin pie say to the other?
A: You wanna piece of me?

20. What's one thing that you'll have in common with a teddy bear on Thanksgiving?
A: You'll both be filled with stuffing.

The latest challenge sweeping social media is related to preparing a traditional feast for Thanksgiving. In this photo, a Guatemalan immigrant carves the Thanksgiving turkey in Stamford, Connecticut, Nov. 24, 2016. Getty Images/ John Moore