Thursday, November 22, 2012

Thanksgiving Grins...!

Here's a little Thanksgiving humor right from the Hermit! After all, we all need something else to think about other than food, right?

This little guide might be of some help in fixing the turkey! Can't hurt anyway!

17 Stages To Cooking a Turkey

1. Go buy a turkey
2. Take a drink of whisky
3. Put turkey in the oven
4. Take another 2 drinks of whisky
5. Set the degree at 375 ovens
6. Take 3 more whiskys of drink
7. Turk the bastey
8. Whisky another bottle of get
9. Ponder the meat thermometer
10.Glass yourself a pour of whisky
11.Bake the whisky for 4 hours
12.Take the oven out of the turkey
13.Floor the turkey up off of the pick
14.Turk the carvey
15.Get yourself another scottle of botch
16.Tet the sable and pour yourself a glass of turkey Bless the dinner and pass out

Coffee in the kitchen this morning, so we can smell the dinner cooking! HAPPY THANKSGIVING, EVERYONE!

10 comments:

Phyllis (N/W Jersey) said...

Good one, Mr. Hermit! I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving. We are truly blessed with family and good friends.
Coffee in the kitchen is fine - it's 21 here!

Momlady said...

And a happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

chinasyndrome said...

Hey you I ain't as think as you drunk I am! Happy Thanksgiving Jim!

China
III

Dizzy-Dick said...

ahhh, I remember those good old days (grin).

kcgaz said...

Very funny, have a happy one!

JO said...

HAPPY THANKSGIVINE! Have a wonderful day and eat well. Yes the house will smell wonderful soon. Send my wishes to the family.

JMD said...

That birthday must have got you all "sassy" HJ! Have a great Thanksgiving day.

Anonymous said...

Have a totally wonderful thanksgiving day and happy birthday a tad late you sagittarius rascal you!!!!!!!!!!!! Hubbs got me a full meal from a deluxe grocery store, they were not selling at all, my hubbs had $45.00 american, got a huge fully roasted turkey, 10 sides, one huge bottle of martinelli's sparking cider, hawaiian rolls, huge marionberry pie, and some cream cheese we needed.Oh, my could not have bought anything like it to make from scratch for less than $70.00 or $80.00 it was priced at $95.00 wow whee with no sparking cider or pie or cream cheese, the sides, mashed spuds 2, stuffings 2 different kind, 2 different gravies, 2 broccoli cheese dishes, sweet spuds 2 sets, and I think oh, yes a huge tub of cranberry with walnuts and pineapple guess that would be 11 sides, not counting the hawaiian rolls, pie, cream cheese and sparking cider..The turkey is fully cooked, it is heating up in the oven as I type this..good eats for 2 people and tons for sammies and tettrazine etc. the rest of the month ha!!!!!!!!! The price of food here is soaring, I usually buy many turkeys and prepare them at a food place, somebody bought 50tom turkeys and donated them, enough for thanksgiving and christmas..I prayed cause I had the flu someone would step up my prayers were answered..Hams are being donated, but we don't eat pork in our home, so I could not try to even begin to get some..after nearly 25 years of volunteering I am retiring soon, so no money to do so..But God is merciful met rich people at a fundraiser and they will continue the work for hungry and homeless citizens, one would think in the greatest country in all of the world people could get food, but many who go to the food place actually work and pay their bills feed their wives or hubbs and tiny ones and they are left hungry. I would love to have met Mitt Romney I would have told him about the people he mocked as getting free this and that, my butt I would have..he should be ashamed, it is easy to cast stones when one makes over 20 million we know of income yearly, oh, how I would have told him a big big truth.Luv your blog, happy happy turkey day and holidays coming up!

linda m said...

I'ld rather have a bottle in front of me... Have a great Thanksgiving.

Sissy said...

Oh No! I had no idea I sound this way. Oh, dear, I must quit nipping on the bottle. Haha, loved it, Hermit. Hope your table was laden today, every day.