How To Roast A Turkey With A Jet Truck

If your relatives insist on having the traditional turkey dinner, skip the cheesy deep-fryer and don’t bother trying to be cute by wrapping bird parts around your puny road car’s exhaust. What you need is a jet truck.

This is the 12,000-horsepower Flash Fire jet truck. As you can see, it rules.

The turkey is suspended by a rod that holds it at some distance away from the mouth of the jet, and held down in the jet’s fiery blast by a chain.


Perhaps they need to research beefier methods for securing the turkey, but I’d call this bird well done.

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Aren’t you the turkey-hating heathen, or was that another writer?