Saturday, November 2, 2013

It's just a story - right?















"Over yon hill boy, is the Thanksgiving Day Parade of 2013. Things are so different from our own year of 2050. But come, let us have a look at what they do. I just know it must be exciting; otherwise it might not have been given the sentimental name, "Turkey Day."

A portal opens and two birds from the future come to view the tradition of Thanksgiving. What will they find? Will they realize it is scary and unsafe for them to be in this year? Indeed I'm beginning to wonder if  people are safe being in this year. Especially here in the US of A.; seems we have a lot of 'turkeys' at the top, with fewer and fewer eagles of yesteryear remaining.

"Giant balloons, marching bands, baton-twirling dancers, Broadway skits - surely boy, I say, surely boy, it doesn't get any better than this! And oh look, a huge balloon of our distinguished ancestor, "Tom Turkey"... hi Tom!!!"

The two birds watch as the hours pass. Eventually, they stand next to a row of houses; peeking into window after window they are shocked to find that people are baking turkeys. What in the world is going on?

"They're eating our ancestors?!! I can't handle watching anymore. Let's return to our own time. I'm sure your Mom has finished stewing that swill of man. You know boy, this might explain why in 2050 we eat man every Thanksgiving."

Poof! The birds pop back through their portal. Safe in 2050 they petition the local counsel to start having a Thanksgiving Day parade. And maybe a large balloon of "Charlie Brown." Why not? Some traditions are worth keeping.

Okay ~ the end.

6 comments:

Mike Perry said...

Nice one - glad I'm a vegetarian. Hopefully the turkeys of 2050 will have learned the lessons many of us have forgotten.

Francis Lee said...

Not found of turkey but the missus has eight of the feckers around here somewhere!

klahanie said...

Greetings human, Dixie,

Such a fowl situation. Those future turkeys should of arrived a few weeks earlier and be horrified that the Canadians were also gobbling their ancestors, eh.

A large balloon of Charlie Brown. Let's go to that future parade. Thank you for such a fowl posting, my human friend.

Pawsitive wishes and enjoy your one hour longer weekend,

Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar! :)

Dixie@dcrelief said...

Hello Mike, we can only hope!!!

Dixie@dcrelief said...

Wow, Fran, eight????!!! I'm pretty sure with six you get eggroll, hm?

Dixie@dcrelief said...

Penny, my favorite puppy-star, you always leave me laughing.

Fowl? Hhahaa!!