Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Who da man?



YOU da man!




Who da man now, huh? The one who's taking the chicks home!

25 comments:

Jayne said...

Tee hee hee... No matter how much he preens, these girls won't bite, will they? ;c)

MaineBirder said...

Thanks for the good laugh Sharon!

What do you get when you cross a turkey with a chicken? A Churkey!

A New England Life said...

So true Jayne!

John, I was beginning to think we were going to find out what you get! He was really struting his stuff!

hulagirlatheart said...

Just like women-standing in the corner trying to pretend they don't notice the handsome man strutting through the room as if he owned it. Hilarious picture!

Shellmo said...

This is hilarious! And my gosh, that was certainly one BIG strutting turkey!!

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

I don't know... those ladies don't look too interested to me. He can strut all he wants and I do believe he will be going home alone tonite.. LOL

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

A New England Life said...

Ha haaa!!! You ladies are so funny! You all made me snicker : )

Sharon

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

He looks kind of full of himself. I hope the girls don't fall for that line of his as he is an old windbag!! :)

Laura said...

WOW - what a huge turkey! You should have photoshopped that sign to say, "Fresh Turkey" - LOL!

Nancy and the fatties said...

Oh my gosh Sharon, what a gorgeous hunka bird...makes my chicken heart go pitty pat! ; )

Mary said...

I'm so glad I found this today! Who da man?...LOL. Thanks for the giggles, Sharon.

Cedar ... said...

His cousin lives in the woods behind my house. He gets all plumped up and gobbles trying to get the ladies to follow him.

The Retired One said...

So funny!!!
(I think I dated him once in a past chicken life!).
He's da man,all right...!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

:-) - The rooster is showing him who the boss is.
Love your header picture.
Glenda

Craig Glenn said...

Great shots and story!

Thanks for your support over on Joan's page. I am really trying to make an honest blogger out of her! LOL she is great to let me tease and poke fun like she does.

Craig Glenn

dog trot farm said...

Lonely single female turkey looking for companionship. Can be found roaming the fields of Dog Trot Farm. Am willing to relocate!

acte gratuit said...

lol!

A New England Life said...

I don't know what's funnier, the wild turkey, or your comments. Honest to goodness it's one hysterical comment after another!

Thanks all for stopping by! It sure was funny watching 'da man' try and corral the ladies. He sure was handsome but not quite their type.

Craig keep Joan inline ; )

Becky said...

That is one big turkey! Hope he makes it thru Thanksgiving and beyond!

Bernie said...

Too Cute......Love it! ..Hugs

Eve said...

Very funny Sharon!

NCmountainwoman said...

This is the best laugh I've had in a while! Great photographs. And a good lesson in life.

Tricia said...

This is just perfect!

nikkicrumpet said...

HAH that was too cute!!! And what a beautiful picture!

Beth at Aunties said...

So FUNNY!!!

We saw such huge wild turkeys on on trip on the side of the road. I was so impressed. They are not a sight we see out here.