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November 24, 2016 / Posted by:

Turkey Booties!

Haven’t you ever just looked at the exposed bones on the end of a cooked turkey’s legs and said, “Why, I do declare! How uncouth! Coming to dinner without shoes on. Have some class, turkey!” Yeah, me neither. But apparently someone did and that’s how turkey booties were born!

Turkey bootie” sounds like the name of the surgery that 2 out of 3 Kartrashian sisters got to get their asses looking like four shellacked Butterballs huddled together under a tarp made of wax. But turkey booties are also the names of tiny paper caps that some people stick on the ends of turkey legs to cover up the bones, because they think that shit looks ugly. Turkey booties are just the billionth example of why humans are the weirdest species on the planet. We’ve got the roasted¬†body of a killed turkey on the table and yet our retinas curl over the ugliness of the damn little leg bones!

I couldn’t find the original creator of the turkey bootie (also called “turkey frills“), but apparently, farmers started putting them on their turkeys years and years ago. HuffPo has a little tutorial on how to make turkey booties for your turkey, and for about one millisecond, I thought about doing it. But then I decided that I’d rather use my hands to drink another glass of the sweet nectar than use them to make little fancily shredded chef hats for the turkey’s legs.¬†But you know, now that I look at that picture again, a turkey booty would make a really nice and fancy hat for a peen head. It’s an easy and affordable way to dress up a peen. Let me bookmark that HuffPo tutorial after all….

Pic: eHow (Thanks, Kristi!)

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