Wednesday, December 23, 2009

And As If Right On Cue...

The UPS man just appeared at my door with none other than our second annual nightmare... The Turducken.

Is it considered a tradition if it is thrust upon us unwittingly?

12 comments:

Under the Influence said...

No, it's considered a recurrent nightmare.

Jenners said...

Oh no ... not the ... TRUDUCKEN!!!! ARRGGGHHHHHh!

Sera said...

Oh, tell me you're not eating a turducken. That just weirds me out. All these animals in each other's whatnots. To each his own. I still love you.

Denise @ Sunflowers, Chocolate and Little Boys said...

Can my hubby come eat at your house? He has ALWAYS wanted to try Turducken, lol

Merry Christmas Deb!

Harlene said...

Merry Christmas! You deserve a great day! I miss you!

Em said...

Like a fruit cake that keeps making the rounds.

Enjoy!! Merry Christmas - E

A Woman Of No Importance said...

I just learned what a Turducken is, and I wish you'd never introduced me to it!

But much love, Deb, and I love Sassafras (even with the tree-wrecking tendencies!)xox

kys said...

I hope you had a very Merry Christmas!

Petals and Metals said...

Around here, we call that the turfucken...but I said that last year, didn't I?

Beth said...

Was it good? It sounds so freaky.

angie said...

I didn't know UPS delivered those things. I thought one just bought them at the local market. :)

My husband bought ours this year. It was unfrozen. I almost herniated when I saw how much he paid for it. :)

♥Georgie♥ said...

we have never had turducken...did you realize that the word 'turd' is in that whole mess on second thought i dont think I wanna eat turducken now lol

Hope you had a lovely Christmas and Happy New Year Deb!!!