Saturday, November 17, 2007

or frozen and for anytime



Chris saw both of these in a local newspaper, and suggests that what we still need is one for a fresh thanksgiving "turkey". I agree.

6 comments:

Sawdust said...

I love that two weeks passed before the second ad, when quotes were added to "fresh"! (Though they seem to have relaxed their Thanksgiving-qualifying standards.)

Minh Nguyễn said...

The turkeys were not, in fact, giving thanks at all. They were giving pretty “fresh” remarks while being prepared for consumption.

Movie Maven said...

the title on this one made me snort.

Blue said...

I guess they put the Thanksgiving in quotes for those who might not celebrate Thanksgiving, but do love a good turkey dinner.

Timothy said...

Technically, blue is right. The turkey doesn't really have to be for Thanksgiving. But I have to wonder, do they think the turkey need not really be fresh?

Anonymous said...

i think i'd rather have the former FRESH "THANKSGIVING" TURKEY, rather than the "FRESH" THANKSGIVING TURKEY. sounds healthier.