Why you don't get published.
lol, EE and Paca.I don't really get Dave's, and I'm pretty sure I don't want to get Ril's.
Keirsten, Look up the "Turkey City Lexicon" and when you cite it to a sci-fi author, you better be Miss Snark. I once said that I never expected to hear "We have an alien possessed woolly mammoth on the loose and if we don't kill it, the government will nuke the town." in any sci-fi story but it was written into a made for TV movie. Now that's a turkey, a Woolly Mammoth sized turkey.
Paca's made me snort Dr. Pepper up my nose.
These are all a scream. I get ril's Kiersten, girl, and it made me laugh my ass off. Ah, memories...
Thanks for clearing that up, Dave.
Criminy, you people are funny. Will have to don thinking cap and submit one, too.
Ads, cartoons, films, and now posters...Didn't this use to be a blog about WRITING?
Eh, ads, captions and posters are writing. The fewer words, the harder work.
I'm just wondering if this is the first time anyone has seen a Wild Turkey that isn't on the side of a bottle of rotgut whiskey. For those who see turkeys as Butterball white, hormonally induced breasts nearly unable to waddle down the narrow path from cage to slaughter, THESE are wild turkey behind my house. Notice the thinner, svelte figures that outdoor life brings... These aren't your average bimbo turkeys bread for bread stuffing, bearing abundant and tasteless white meat. These are outdoorsy models with lots of dark meat and taste. And once in a while, buckshot between the molars. Well, they have no taste, but are tasty in your mouth. One last word. This is a joke comment. In this laugh-deprived world, have a small chuckle.
Remember, Benjamin Franklin wanted the wild turkey to be our national bird--a much classier critter than the bald eagle!
All great but Kiersten's seems particularly true. LOL
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