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FML - The follow-up

Today, while working at my local supermarket, a customer threw a turkey at me because we "should have bigger ones." FML

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That was painfully bad...
By Justforlolz / Thursday 24 November 2011 16:46 / United States
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By  Keyman1212  |  28

Dear God, most turkeys weight like twenty pounds. I'm impressed by the customer's strength. I also blame them for buying their turkey on Thanksgiving. Stupid customer.

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By  imaninja1  |  27

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By  Keyman1212  |  28

Dear God, most turkeys weight like twenty pounds. I'm impressed by the customer's strength. I also blame them for buying their turkey on Thanksgiving. Stupid customer.

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  Fruit_Dealer  |  28

Don't want to sound like a machoman but 20 pounds isn't much.. I mean the average for adult males to lift on biceps curl is about 30-35 pounds, and 20 for triceps, so it seems logic to me. Here come the thumbs down because I'm "too technical" and "wtfnumberzbbq".

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  ittsdann  |  28

Lifting 20 pounds is not a lot. But go and try to Throw that same weight and watch how far it goes. You need a lot of force to throw it. So yeah the customer must have been strong.

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  Fruit_Dealer  |  28

I agree it is not so easu to throw, but I'd say mostly because a turkey is hard to grab. Unless they have turkeys with handle in supermarkets... I'm commercializing this right now.

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  DrDilllonReese  |  28

It's all about the motion of your arm. Throwing a turkey would be similar to the way you throw a football, and no matter how strong you are, 20 pounds is very tough to throw like that

By  Commander223  |  27

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  Commander223  |  27

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