28. November 2015 von Sydney Polart ©
Actually this time we wanted to have a great Thanksgiving but it turned out to be the opposite. It all started with the quirky reality that a real turkey delivered a turkey not from Kentucky as we ordered but from Turkey. It took us a lot of time not to stand in awe anymore in front of the turkey from Turkey. When looking closer at the turkey we were able to see, that the turkey didn’t have the quality we were used to. It was simply not one of us, since the turkey was not Tennessean and not even Kentuckian. So to sum things up for some: This time round we wanted to seem cosmopolitan and do the „love your neighbor“ thing. In order to do so we ordered a turkey from our Kentuckian neighbors for Thanksgiving but you have to see it all went wrong, since a turkey from Tennessee brought a turkey from Turkey instead of one from Kentucky, as we ordered. The whole event was a real turkey and we all were on cold turkey while sitting in front of this cold turkey not sure what to do with it. We didn’t eat it in the end, since the end is near, as we all know, and it’s simply non-American to eat turkey from Turkey. So as you all can already reckon, to fill our stomachs we hunted down and ate a raccoon instead, as we are used to in situations like this. At least this was American.
Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann
alias I.G. Fruhmann
Y 8:8; Y 7:14