November 22, 2007

REPOST: Do you know your wild turkey tom?


I didn't think so.

Now click the picture to git yerself educated!

11 comments:

Osbasso said...

Personally, my snood serves a specific function, but I generally try to keep my major caruncles hidden.

Monkey said...

Large and fleshy. Engorged with blood during the spring.

Ahem.

In other news, this turkey brings back memories.

DaMasta said...

Damn! Monkey stole my comment! Grr!


It's Monkey-huntin' time...

B.E. Earl said...

Way more than I ever wanted to know about Thanksgiving Dinner.

Madge said...

Thank you for sharing, alluring webmistress.

jamwall said...

i've got more awesome plumage than that!

Monkey said...

Oooh! Damasta is coming after me. This is an exciting day.

Brookelina said...

Following Monkey's Human's train of thought...10 inches or longer on a gobbler. Thickness varies.

Ahem.

Melissa said...

# 14: The wild turkey tom is not something you want to see running in front of your car.

Also, you will say something to the effect of "Holy fuckin' turkey!" when Tom comes racing out of the ditch in front of your car.

Pope Terry said...

The Snood is the best part of the turkey if you ask me.

jiggs said...

I only know about things that gobble my waddle...