New and Interesting Thanksgiving Turkey Uses

*As a blunt object to fend off your pesky cousins with.

*As a projectile to throw at the TV after Kathie Lee says,
"Aren't they a wonderful band!" for the 25th time.

*As a hood ornament.

*As a disguise so your ugly Aunt Harriet can't kiss you and say, "How much you've grown!"

*As a football for the after-meal game.

*Fill it with whip cream - watch the fun.

*Bury in the yard; for future midnight snacks.

*If you're flying home, take the carcass as a carry-on.
See what it looks like in the X-ray machine.
Better yet, put it in a pet carrier and
ask the flight attendant for some chicken feed.

*As yet another object to drop from the top of the dorm to
test the range of the splatter upon impact.

*As a Christmas gift (avoid the holiday crowds this way!)

*As a doorstop to keep your relatives out.

*Makes a great doggie chew toy.

*Wear as a helmet, declaring, "I'm TURKEYMAN!"

*Before serving, paste feathers on the poor naked creature.

*Secretly replace with Folgers turkey crystals.

*Place a speaker inside the bird, and from another room,
amaze your guests with this talking fowl!

*Throw the turkey out the window yelling, "You're FREE! Fly! FLY!"

*Two words: Turkey puppet.

*Toss the carcass into a turkey farm to intimidate next year's stock.

*Attach to a fishing pole,
slowly drive around the neighborhood in the back of a pickup
and see how many dogs follow you.

*From a concealed location, toss in front of a passing car.
When they stop, run out screaming that they hit your dog!

*As in an old murder mystery, question all the dinner guests
in an attempt to discover who killed the guest of honor.
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