Cranberry gumballs - yum. Pumpkin pie gumballs - maybe. Turkey gumballs?! We don't even want to know how that tastes. Find out more: Thanksgiving gumballs.
This lollipop is a little creepy-looking but still cute - and isn't actually turkey flavored, at least. Find out more: Thanksgiving turkey lollipop.
Suitable for vegetarians or to serve as a beach ball, this inflatable turkey wins as one of the strangest Thanksgiving oddities we found! Find out more: Inflatable turkey for Thanksgiving.
Technically, this jello mold was modeled on a game hen - but it looks like a little turkey. Combine orange, blue and green jello with some whipped topping to give it an oogy raw-meat look. Find out more: Thanksgiving turkey jello mold.
Every year, the Jones Soda Company releases a limited-edition soda set for the holidays, featuring flavors so strange, they could only be used as a gag gift. But even as a novelty-only product, it's a pretty fun idea. Find out more: Thanksgiving Tofurkey & Gravy soda.
Tired of the longing puppy dog eyes watching you at the dinner table? You don't have to leave Fido out of the celebration - even if you have a no table scraps rule. Merrick makes a Thanksgiving dinner fit for a dog (cat varieties available too), with bits of turkey, sweet potatoes, carrots, green beans and apples all mushed into a pup chow. Find out more: Thanksgiving day dinner for dogs.
Here's a toy that's suitable for any time of year: A candy dispenser... with a twist. The directions offered are simple: "Simply press down on the buttocks of the miniature [turkey] replica and brown candy pellets plop out." Find out more: Thanksgiving pooping turkey candy dispenser.
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