Thanksgiving is a traditional holiday celebrated by 91% of Americans that eat Turkey on this day. The first Thanksgiving lasted for three days. Over 16 townships in the United States are named Turkey, three of which are located in Kansas. It was originally thought by Thomas Jefferson that the concept of Thanksgiving was the most ridiculous idea he has ever heard. The following series of Thanksgiving greeting card messages are intended to make you smile and bring thanks to this meaningful holiday.
After the gobble gobble comes the snooze snooze.
At optimist is a person who starts a new diet on Thanksgiving Day.
Come on, drop it… drop it… And the gizzard watch continues.
Don’t think of it as “overeating” on Thanksgiving. Think of it as building energy for the biggest shopping day of the year!
Happy Gobble Gobble.
Happy Thanksgiving. May the good things in life be yours in abundance.
Happy Turkey Day.
I am already eating at a Thanksgiving level.
I am so full of thanks.
I am thankful for good friends like you this Thanksgiving.
I am thankful for the excuse to see family like you at this time of the year.
I am very thankful for you and our relationship that God has blessed us with. We have so much and I look forward to the many more blessings God has in store for us.
I hope you and your family have a great Thanksgiving.
I hope you are blessed with many reasons to be thankful this Thanksgiving.
I love Thanksgiving turkey, it’s the only time in Los Angeles that you see natural breasts.
I wish I could be with you this Thanksgiving.
I’m thankful for not having to sit at the ‘kid’ table at Thanksgiving this year.
I’m thankful that Thanksgiving comes only once a year. Too much of a good thing can be bad, like pumpkin pie or family.
Let’s get together before Thanksgiving so I can enjoy the slimmer and saner version of you.
May the turkey be plump and your tummy full. Or is it the other way around? Happy Thanksgiving!
May you have an abundance of things to be Thankful for this Thanksgiving.
My mother is such a lousy cook that Thanksgiving at her house is a time of sorrow.
Remember the true meaning of Thanksgiving this year.
Thank goodness it’s Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is America’s national chow-down feast, the one occasion each year when gluttony becomes a patriotic duty.
The two best parts of Thanksgiving come after the Thanksgiving dinner… The nap and the leftovers.
Two parts to Thanksgiving. The thanks part and the giving part. It’s a cyclical mystery.
Two things are always plentiful at Thanksgiving, food and family. I hope you get to enjoy at least one of the two.
We have much to be thankful for in this family. Our family has been blessed. Happy Thanksgiving.
Without Thanksgiving, everyone would be in a bad mood at Christmas time. It’s tough to be in a bad mood when you’re well fed and focus on being grateful.
You are what you eat! That makes us all Turkeys.
You’re the kind of friend who knows I don’t really mean it when I say I only want a small piece of pie. Have a great thanksgiving!
Minnesota is considered one of the United States that has the most turkeys residing. The equivalent of 5,000 miles of turkeys are consumed on this day of thanks. The below infographic outlines interesting facts and statistics about Thanksgiving.