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Peachy

Pregnant Turkey.......

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PREGNANT TURKEY STORY

One year at Thanksgiving, my mom went to my sister's house for the

traditional feast. Knowing how gullible my sister is, my mom decided

to play a trick.

She told my sister that she needed something from the store.

When my sister left, my mom took the turkey out of the oven, removed the

stuffing, stuffed a Cornish hen, and inserted it into the turkey, and

re-stuffed the turkey. She then placed the bird(s) back in the oven.

When it was time for dinner, my sister pulled the turkey out of the oven

and proceeded to remove the stuffing. When her serving spoon hit

something, she reached in and pulled out the little bird.

With a look of total shock on her face, my mother exclaimed, "Patricia,

you've cooked a pregnant bird!" At the reality of this horrifying news,

my sister started to cry.

It took the family two hours to convince her that turkeys lay eggs!

Yep.................SHE'S BLONDE!

Had to share this joke!!!! *giggling*

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HEEEEEEEEE That is great. I have to remember that one. What a great trick. Wonder if it would work with non blondes.

HMMMMMMM.

Gary... sure it does... just ask Peachy for her own experience... grinwhistlesmirk

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That is too funny. I have a non blond sister that would fall for that. One Thanksgiving we were watching football and the announcers were giving out turkey legs for one thing or another(no I do not watch football)and my sister asked "where did they get an eight legged turkey, was it geneticly mutated on purpose for football? That is just cruel" Of course the legs were just toothpicked on but she does not think that way.

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Sounds like something my Mom would have done, she once made a friend a birthday cake out of plaster of paris and frosted it, shoulda seen the look on his face when he tried to cut it.

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Originally Posted By: DeeDee
OMG THAT is so great! I wonder if I can pull it on my daughter?

Is she blonde?? wink

she should be

smile

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Originally Posted By: upnorth
Originally Posted By: DeeDee
OMG THAT is so great! I wonder if I can pull it on my daughter?

Is she blonde?? wink

she should be

smile

LOL grin Too funny!!

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