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Pass the Tofurky
Pass the Tofurky

Pass the Tofurky

You know, Sarah, how can we miss you if you won’t go away?


Did you notice the second turkey twitching? This is disturbing and yet, one of the funniest things I’ve seen in awhile. How can you be oblivious to a turkey killing field?


  1. This doesn’t bother me at all. Being a child of parents who grew up on farms, I have been involved in chicken butchering – plucking the feathers off the carcasses, pig slaughtering – watching the bleeding out and stufing sausage into its shell and watching the cows go off on the truck heading to the slaughter-house. Things that make me now go yummmmm.


  2. You are just a little bit more twisted than I had given you credit for! I am duly impressed.
    I don’t know whether you should be pleased or terrified by that, take your pick, I suppose.
    I saw the video on Huffington Post and they had not blocked out the guy’s face. He kept grinning over at the governor like some star-struck hillbilly suddenly dropped backstage at the Opry. Gawl-durn! Djaseethat? She’s the vice president, or she was gonna be. Durn.

  3. I thought it was funny that the reporter used the term “chopping block” during this interview. How appropriate! Palin’s answers to all the questions were so canned, fake and stupid. Geez woman…if you can’t be real and honest with your words for 5 seconds in front of turkey’s getting their heads chopped off, when are you real?

  4. I really, REALLY don’t want to know what exactly was going on behind those blurred out bits. I’m a firm believer in “all meat comes neatly wrapped in plastic, animals are creatures that live in fields and have long, happy lives”.

    That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

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