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OP: "Oh you got a turkey last year? What did you kill it with? Ah, you shot it, thats nice. You'r an awesome hunter. I only used my right foot to kill mine."

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F the op's life. They actually believe a turkey is a "stupid" animal. Turkeys are incredibly smart. They can also really lay a hurting on you... This one may have been attempting to spur the OP in the moment it "flew" at them. That can be really painful... I accidentally killed a chicken in this same way... He had cornered me and was spurring my legs, so I threw out my boot In defense and killed him by accident. I was just a kid. Knowing what I know now, I would have grabbed

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turkeys are evil. I am still terrified of them due to my father and uncles sick sense of humour when I was 8yrs old. Go ahead, go into the pen and pet the turkey that is as big as you! He is really friendly! Stupid naive me went in all excited to pet said turkey though asking aloud why his head was turning purple. Soon found out as I was running for my lil 8yr old life from a very very pissed off turkey. The adults? Nearly pissing themselves laughing. Me...scarred for life...turkeys are evil.

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look up mouth open, mouth fills with water, too stupid to spit/swallow water, dies when lungs fill with water from trying to breathe. its not hard to figure out 86

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76) I've heard something like that too. I think it's ostriches that do that.... Not sure it it's true or not though

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68- I agree, I had a very similar experience. Good job OP you probably just saved some child from a future turkey attack. Turkeys are evil.

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68 - The turkey was just being a turkey. Your father and uncles were turkeys for putting you in harm's way.

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I had a rooster like that when I was a kid! We nicknamed him Cujo, because he was so vicious, he was like a rabid dog (And, no, we never mistreated any of our animals, he was just psycho) We had to keep him outside the chicken run, or else he'd gore the hens. When some local cops showed up, who were friends of my dad's, they thought it would be a good idea to put him back in, as they thought he'd gotten loose. Two shredded uniforms and a trip to the hospital later...

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I have to say, I would feel like complete shit after I mistakenly killed a turkey. But a part of my mind would be like "LOL, WHY DID YOU RUN INTO IT! LOL OMG".

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174 - if it's illegal to kill the bird anyway, he might as well dispose of the body so he doesn't get in trouble. Dispose of it right into his belly. Mmmm turkey dinner!

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#125 but we never kill it ourselves and if we do it's not on accident. I would feel bad if I accidentally killed an animal...anyone with a heart would.

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187 I wouldn't call this a true accident. Turkeys are very aggressive I'd just be relieved the turkey wasn't attacking me anymore.

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If it died on the spot, I don't think the turkey stayed alive long enough to feel that much pain. If it didn't die on the spot, then F the turkey's life.

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My question is how can something live a year an a half decapicated.. I know roaches live a week before they die of starvation.. But the chicken.. I require proof..

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Google it! Miracle mike! Lol they were gonna chop his head for supper but the axe missed! So they kept him alive... Poor thing!

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You should have just let it follow you and told everyone it was your pet turkey. Everyone would have thought it was hilarious, but instead you killed it and now look like an asshole.

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19- They're actually not that bad for pet fowl. I prefer a nice pet rooster, because the turkeys tend to be more standoffish, but really, they're not bad. Some of them like head rubs and things, or having their backs scritched at. They just need a little bit of space, a nice nesting area, and a sincere promise to never eat them and they're happy.

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Too bad you don't live in America -- you would have scored your Thanksgiving feast about 9 months early.

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