Thanksgiving is around the corner and we will again stuff ourselves with turkeys. According to the National Turkey Federation, they estimate that 45 to 46 million turkeys are killed each year for the Thanksgiving feast.
During our recent long drive, we spotted some turkeys on the move. They are even causing traffic to stop.
These birds are leaving town. They are on the run (or walk) as they don’t want to end up on your dinner plate this coming holiday. I suggest they move faster or else the carving knife and fork will overtake them.
Question: Why did the turkeys cross the road?
Answer: To prove that they weren’t chicken.
(*photos of roaming wild turkeys taken at a small town somewhere in Wyoming)
ahahaha. Poor turkeys.
I for one, don’t like turkey very much. Nakikisali lang sa tradition. I prefer galunggong and bangus over turkey.
Daing na bangus at sinigang 🙂