#ThorsDaySmile – #AmLaughing – #Humor – #Thanksgiving

Thor decided that any holiday that falls on ThorsDay every single year is one he fully supports. So, as a lead in to Thanksgiving next week, here are some things that made him chuckle. (In his manly, Vikingly way, of course). Hope they make you chuckle, too, in any fashion you wish. 😁 Enjoy!

And that’s it for Thor’s latest silliness!

Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate this upcoming “feast-ival,”
and a happy weekend ahead to EVERYONE!

41 thoughts on “#ThorsDaySmile – #AmLaughing – #Humor – #Thanksgiving

    • So glad you got some laughs, Jeanne. I was chuckling (or possibly guffawing) the entire time I was putting the post together, and I’m glad I wasn’t the only one to enjoy them.

      Thanks for stopping by today! πŸ˜€

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    • Glad you enjoyed them, Staci! I thought I’d share them a week early just so anyone who felt so inclined could pass them on ahead of time, just as you did. Yay!

      Thanks for stopping by today! πŸ˜€

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    • I have to admit, it was my favorite, too. I couldn’t stop laughing! Glad you enjoyed the post, Trish, and that you got some extra chuckles from the Chillin’ Turkey! Thanks for stopping by to let me know! πŸ˜€

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  1. Soooo funny, Marcia. I loved them all, but I had a true belly laugh with the “quickest way to pick a fight on Thanksgiving.” 🀣 I hope you and yours have a truly blessed and joy-filled Thanksgiving. You are much loved, my dear. ❀️

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    • So glad you liked these, Gwen, and I agree on the one you mention. It would likely cause a serious battle around here! 😁 Thanks for stopping by and for the lovely Thanksgiving wishes. The feeling is mutual, my friend! πŸ€—β€οΈπŸ€—


    • Glad you enjoyed them, Kass, and steal away! I believe in passing on laughter every chance we get. Thanks so much for stopping by, and a very happy Thanksgiving to you, as well! πŸ˜€


    • Lately, I feel kind of like that one every time I even imagine going to the store. Too many people (some of whom are pretty rude) for my comfort. I’m wondering where I can get a sword of my own? Or at least a pointy stick! 😁 Until it gets better, I’m letting Mark do the grocery shopping. πŸ˜‚

      Thanks for stopping by, Teri, and I’m glad you got some laughs. Have a great week! πŸ˜€ ❀

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