Bucks, No Whammies! The classic 80s game show,
Press Your Luck, makes its video game debut. You
are one of three contestants competing to
collect "spins” by answering trivia
questions, and then using your spins on the Big
Board full of cash and prizes. The person who
amasses the most in cash and prizes at the end
of the game wins, but avoid the dreaded Whammies
along the way, they will steal all of your cash
Family Feud: Battle of the Sexes: Prepare
to have all the questions you’ve ever had about
the opposite sex answered in Family Feud Battle of
the Sexes! Dive into classic Family Feud action,
and answer hundreds of questions. If you've ever
wondered whether it's too soon to call, or what
magnetic force connects men to their TV remotes,
prepare to have your questions answered as you
play through this classic game. Free
Family Fun - Play Old Fashioned Board
Games Families spend less time
together these days than what they used to, but
every family needs to designate one night a week
to have a family night and a great idea for
entertainment is to have family fun playing old
fashioned board games. Pick a night when everyone
can get together, order a pizza or make one and
have everyone's favorite drink available....Read
Turkey Day Fun
1. The world's largest turkey was on display at a fair. Everyone was admiring it when suddenly a woman ran up and shot the turkey and left. Everyone knew her yet nobody made any attempts to stop or report her. Why?
2. What are unhappy cranberries called?
3. What part of the Turkey has the most feathers?
Most of us eat turkey on Thanksgiving. But how many eat turkey also as a Christmas meal?
Understanding The Holiday
Thanksgiving to most folks means family and friends and Turkey, or maybe beer and football. Many do not know or even care about the significence of the Holiday. Way back in the 1600's a group of people who were members of the English Separatist Church (Puritan's) in England fled their homeland to escape religious persecution. They boarded a ship and sailed to Holland in the Netherlands. In Holland the people enjoyed a brief time free from the religious persecution they faced back in England, but they soon became frustrated with the Dutch peoples bad morals and what they considered sinful lifestyles.....
Our Fun Articles
The turkeys revolted three years ago. Not coincidentally, that was the same year mankind last had Thanksgiving dinner. We should have seen it coming. It was the logical conclusion of our perennial turkey oppression. Years of slicing, dicing, chopping, and carving in the name of tastiness. Gobble-gobble, indeed. Even as the revolution flared, we thought it would be easy. We thought they were dim-witted, clumsy, unworthy adversaries. We thought they would soon be on our Thanksgiving dinner table again. We thought wrong. They had outside help.