Turkey, Dressing and a Plague

English: Oven roasted turkey, common fare for ...

English: Oven roasted turkey, common fare for Christmas and Thanksgiving celebrations. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

There is no better way to follow up a lovely holiday like Thanksgiving than by becoming sick. Fortunately for me, my mother did more than just cook a turkey: she brought home a plague so that everyone could have the joy of hugging a toilet while wondering how much liquid can come out of a human being before they shrivel up like a worm on a hot sidewalk.

Sadly, though, my time with this glorious sickness seems to have come to an end. It seems like only yesterday that our time together began. As I look back at our time together, there seems no better way to remember it then with the ancient art of Haiku.

 

Turkey, Dressing and a Plague

Gift that keeps giving.

Explode from within. BlaRgBLAaAAaGH!!!!!!!!!!!

Why did I eat rice?

 

 

 

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