Thursday, November 27, 2003

So, there’s this guy driving down the road one day, and he sees a turkey sprinting down the road. He can’t believe the turkey’s moving that fast. He speeds up, but he can hardly keep up with the running turkey. He’s doing 65 when he notices the turkey’s got an extra leg.

The turkey makes a sharp right, and the guy follows. He sees a sign that says: “Bob Johnson’s Three-Legged Turkey Farm.” That sounds intriguing, so the guy drives in.

He talks to the farmer, who tells him that they breed turkeys like that because the leg of the turkey is such a popular food. And with three legs, that means three sets of turkey legs per two turkeys.

“Wow,” the guy says, “that’s a great idea, but how do they taste?”

“I don’t know,” says the farmer, “ain’t never managed to catch one yet.”