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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Drifterwood, Dec 25, 2008.
If I see another F'ing Turkey for 364 days it will be too soon. :tongue:
Hey now. I'm an American and I still have yet to see one turkey...bucko.
...and I actually like turkey.
...no pumpkin pie for me either.
Consider yourself lucky Drifter. My cousin in the States had turkey on Thanksgiving plus another one the next day as his bro was not home (and his mom wanted to celebrate it with the family) so lots of turkey sandwiches for days after. Now he's on turkey no.3 in less than 5 weeks. :yuck:
P.S. Merry Christmas resent:
Hey... Be careful about insulting Turkey(s)
Bring it on Turkey man, you fancy some prime Welsh Cock. :biggrin1:
Nah, those Welsh cocks are all crow and no action. :tongue:
I'm more of a Cornish game hen type of guy. They're lively. Know what I mean? :wink:
Something about your posting attitude this evening tells me you might be a Welsh Coq-au-Vin :wink::yup:
Why? Do you know where he might find some?:biggrin1:
I actually prefer goose to turkey and for Christmas a julskinka ham outranks both.
If that's the case then he'll soon need to be Cock-a-Leekie.
Lishen yous guysh, I'm djussht fine :tongue:
Celebrating your 4,000th post no doubt.
Bet the sheep are worried in the local area :biggrin1:
Dont put God in it. Turkey is eaten in both Godly and Godless households. I do agree with you however that Turkey can be tiresome. We are not eating Turkey this evening. We are not eating the fowl turkey either...
I had a hamburger for Christmas. My best friend treated me to Burger King. It was tasty and filling.
i never get sick of turkey! :biggrin1:
i suppose that's b/c we have it once a year.
Move to China, Korea, Viet Nam or the other beautiful countries of the East, they eat dogs and cats there, not just for Xmas, but all year round. And in Japan they hunt whales and decimate the world's ocean of these endangered mammals. But hey, they don't eat turkey.
my tribe eats dogs. they choose someone's pet for sacrifice in the family, actually. and then they shoot it, cook it, and have a feast. this is when there is a newborn in the family. but i've never ate it before.
i was sad b/c when one of my cousins was born (i was about 7 years old), they chose MY DOG.
My family ate out last night, this has become our tradition for the last several years. There was everything in the meat line to be had but Turkey. I had my fill of Turkey in November.