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For many, the focal point of Thanksgiving is, of course, the food. Unless you're raiding Party City for cardboard cutouts of pilgrims, your decor is probably limited to a tablecloth and maybe a novelty cornucopia... unless you think back to your childhood, when handprint turkey crafts were king. Remember tracing your open hand with a crayon, palm-down on a piece of printer paper, drawing a beak on it and calling it a turkey? If you have kids, there's a chance there's one hanging on your fridge at this moment. If not, cartoonists are happy to remind you.

We've gathered 11 handprint turkey comics, which you can gobble up as part of your Thanksgiving feast. Who knows? You may be inspired to draw your own afterward!

 

Soup to Nutz By Rick Stromoski Nov 22, 2010

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Richard's Poor Almanac By Richard Thompson Dec 10, 2011

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FoxTrot By Bill Amend Nov 20, 2016

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Reality Check By Dave Whamond Nov 27, 2010

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Cul de Sac By Richard Thompson Nov 13, 2013

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Heart of the City By Mark Tatulli Nov 22, 2009

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Click "Next" for five more Thanksgiving comics!

 

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