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Former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kim Zolciak and her husband, Kroy Biermann, have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.

During a recent interview with E! News that was published on Nov. 23, the couple revealed what they were most thankful for this year.

While Zolciak said that she was thankful for her “family and [their] health,” her husband also added that they were grateful for their “freedom.”

“I might just add our continued freedom,” Biermann told the outlet. “You’re free to make your own choices and free to marry who you want to marry, free to do what you want with your life and where you want to go and all those things and I think that we sometimes take for granted those choices in our life.” 

Zolciak was a cast member of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” during seasons one through five, and returned as a “friend of” for season 10. Zolciak and her family also had a spinoff show on Bravo for eight seasons called “Don’t Be Tardy For The Party.”

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Although Zolciak and Biermann have now been married for 11 years, Zolciak told HollywoodLife during an interview in December 2020 that she is “blessed” to have him in her life and that she still feels like a “newlywed” much of the time. Their anniversary is Nov. 11.

“I mean, I still kind of sometimes feel like a newlywed,” Zolciak admitted to the outlet.

And, while speaking with Fox in 2019, she also admitted that her kids are sometimes “grossed out” by the amount of PDA she and Biermann have in their relationship.

“They’re so grossed out!” Zolciak-Biermann admitted. “They’re like, ‘Gross!’ They kind of joke around about it, but they also respect the fact that we do love each other so much and we do have a great marriage.”

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When talking about what they’re grateful for, Zolciak and Biermann forgot to mention their daughter’s new reality TV show! According to People, Zolciak’s two oldest daughters, Brielle, 25, and Ariana, 21, will be starring in a new reality show as they try to survive living in Los Angeles while being cut off financially. The two of them will be trying to launch their own line of hair products.

“Skeptical of their ability to fend for themselves and take their new venture seriously, Kim plans to put her girls to the test by completely cutting them off,” a description for the series reads, which was obtained by People. “For the first time in their lives, the sisters will have to pay their own bills, live on a budget, do their own laundry, and cook and clean, all while staying out of trouble.

Zolciak’s daughter, Brielle,  also told the outlet, “Fans have seen us grow up on camera and let’s face it … we are a mess. I’m eager to embark on this journey with my sister, but definitely know it will be a tough road ahead.”

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Why dads tell dad jokes: Scientists say listeners who hear groan-inducing puns are actually GRATEFUL for the gags (as we reveal the top 20 worst ones)

We've all rolled our eyes or shook our heads at a pun-filled 'dad joke', but the truth is we secretly love them, a study has suggested. 

In fact emitting a 'groan' is not a negative response, but 'indicative of approval', surprised researchers discovered. 

The study at Northern Illinois University in the US probed nearly 300 people on their preferred style of jokes - both to give and receive - while also asking each respondent to take a personality test. 

It had hoped to discover whether those who 'punished' their friends and loved ones with a groan-worthy play on words were 'everyday sadists'. 

Stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr (pictured) is famed for his hilarious 'punny' one-liners

Emitting a 'groan' after a pun is not a negative response, but 'indicative of approval', surprised researchers discovered (Pictured: Pun-loving jokester Milton Jones) 

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  • 'I realised I was dyslexic when I went to a toga party dressed as a goat.'
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But according to the results, pun-tellers were not sadistic, and receivers were actually grateful, as puns were among the most popular jokes to hear.

It's punderful news for comedians such as Jimmy Carr, Milton Jones or Tim Vine, who are all known for their hilarious one-liners.

It's bad news for their US-based countryman and political pun-dit John Oliver, however, who once branded them 'not just the lowest form of wit, but the lowest form of human behaviour.'

Samuel Johnson, author of the 1755 Dictionary of the English Language, also had a scathing review of the wordplay, once famously writing: 'To trifle with the vocabulary which is the vehicle of social intercourse is to tamper with the currency of human intelligence... He who would violate the sanctities of his Mother Tongue would invade the recesses of the paternal till without remorse.'

They are part of a long list of naysayers who have openly declared their disdain for the style of joke. 

'We had many sources denouncing puns as bastards of language and derailers of conversation, so we assumed punsters could cause aggravation much like internet trolls,' author of the recent study Cody Gibson, of Northern Illinois University told the Times. 

It's punderful news for comedians such as Jimmy Carr, Milton Jones or Tim Vine (pictured), who are all known for their hilarious one-liners

'We were shocked to find people liked puns to the extent they did...Out of almost ten types of jokes, puns and observational jokes were the most enjoyed.' 

He added: 'I'm not sure I've ever seen a pun receive a reaction stronger than a chuckle, but maybe that suggests more about me than puns... We would like to propose puns are told for, not despite, pained reactions.'

He said he hoped puns become more appreciated and used by more people, as it's 'unfair to limit puns to just dads'. 

Pun-intentionally sadistic: is punning a manifestation of everyday sadism?, was published in Personality and Individual Differences, an Elsevier journal.

Worst offenders: 20 punny 'dad jokes' guaranteed to elicit groans and shaking heads
  • Elevators terrify me... I'm taking steps to avoid them. 
  •  I got an e-mail saying 'At Google Earth, we can even read maps backwards', and I thought... 'That's just spam...'
  • What do you call a man with no shins? Tony.
  • Me and my friends put a band together, we named it 999 megabytes. Still don't have a gig though.
  • I got into a fight with 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. The odds were against me.
  • I had a dream the ocean was filled with orange soda. It was a Fanta Sea.
  • Just got hospitalized due to a peekaboo accident. They put me in the ICU.
  • In college I was so broke I couldn't afford the electricity bill. Those were the darkest days of my life.
  • I went to the Doctor with hearing problems. He said 'Can you describe the symptoms?' I said: 'Homer's a fat dude and Marge has blue hair.'
  • I said to my wife: 'When I die I'd like to die having sex.' She replied: 'At least it'll be quick.'
  • I've decided I want a pet termite. I'm going to call him Clint. Clint Eatswood.
  • So many people these days are too judgmental. I can tell just by looking at them.
  • How many tickles does it take to make an octopus laugh? 10-tickles.
  • 'Dad, can you tell me what a solar eclipse is?' No sun.
  • I figured out why Teslas are so expensive. It's because they charge a lot.
  • Guess who I bumped into on my way to get my glasses fixed? Everybody.
  • My wife blocked me on Facebook because I post too many bird puns. Well, toucan play at that game.
  • Did you hear about the new Origami Porn channel? It's paper view only.
  • I was really angry when I ran into my friend Mark who stole my dictionary. I said, 'Mark, my words!'
  • I used to make loads of money clearing leaves from gardens. I was raking it in.
  • Courtesy of @dadsaysjokes on Twitter.  

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