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Turkey or Jayhawk?

This Thanksgiving why not break with tradition and make a turkey happy by serving up a Jayhawk instead?

A Jayhawk may not be as pretty as a turkey, but neither are they as tough or as difficult to catch. They may be attracted simply by uttering some sensible liberal sentences or derogatory remarks aimed at their head gamekeeper, G W Bush.(They appear to be quite oblivious to fact that the gamekeepers intend to wring their necks when they least expect it). Once lured and trapped, despite their excruciating and incessant squawking, they may be quickly and easily despatched with a small metal baton (extending type preferred). In most cases no blows need to be administered - the mere sight of the tool will be sufficient.

Even vegetarians will appreciate getting a Jayhawk into the broiler. The satisfaction comes not from eating the flesh but relishing the peace and quiet sanity that pervades once the oven door is closed.

Although Jayhawks tend to prefer to be stuffed with sausage way before being prepared for the table, many types of dressing and traditional side dishes make a good accompaniment. However, under no circumstances attempt to serve with Humble Pie, they are the anithesis of each other.

Any further cooking tips or serving suggestions will be welcomed.

Bon appetite!
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Absolutely brilliant!.
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Am I to assume that it would be improper to refer to Jayhawk as a "turkey"?

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^^^^^^

Why would you want to insult turkeys?
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While a Jayhawk is good for human consumption, the same cannot be said for Deadrat*tle. Anyone who cares for their pets on Thanksgiving Day should serve them a stir-fried Deadrat*tle. The meat is soft and delicious like lamb. Use a lot of garlic to remove the sewage odor. All domesticated pets, especially cats will relish the dish.
Note: Not for human consumption.

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Although Jayhawks tend to prefer to be stuffed with sausage
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This Thanksgiving why not break with tradition and make a turkey happy by serving up a Jayhawk instead?

A Jayhawk may not be as pretty as a turkey, but neither are they as tough or as difficult to catch. They may be attracted simply by uttering some sensible liberal sentences or derogatory remarks aimed at their head gamekeeper, G W Bush.(They appear to be quite oblivious to fact that the gamekeepers intend to wring their necks when they least expect it). Once lured and trapped, despite their excruciating and incessant squawking, they may be quickly and easily despatched with a small metal baton (extending type preferred). In most cases no blows need to be administered - the mere sight of the tool will be sufficient.

Even vegetarians will appreciate getting a Jayhawk into the broiler. The satisfaction comes not from eating the flesh but relishing the peace and quiet sanity that pervades once the oven door is closed.

Although Jayhawks tend to prefer to be stuffed with sausage way before being prepared for the table, many types of dressing and traditional side dishes make a good accompaniment. However, under no circumstances attempt to serve with Humble Pie, they are the anithesis of each other.

Any further cooking tips or serving suggestions will be welcomed.

Bon appetite!
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