The McLaren P1 Is Perfect For Reheating Turkey

Unlike certain British supercar fanatics, I don't think you should cook a turkey with a flaming Lamborghini exhaust. Gasoline is a toxic chemical, and a V12 'running rich' will pretty much turn your turkey into a life hazard.

No need for microwaves though. A twin-turbo V8 however operates much cleaner, so using a P1's exhaust to reheat yesterday's leftovers should give you that perfect smoky flavor. Just tie the meat to the rear wing and make sure it keeps moving to help grilling your meat evenly.

Flaming Lamborghini Exhaust Is The Only Proper Way To Cook A Turkey

If you're planning on cooking a turkey in the oven this Christmas, you're making a terrible error. A much easier, faster, and more economical way is to just use a Lamborghini Aventador. Duh.

Supercar fanatic Shmee 150 had a chance to get his turkey cooked on the back of a very understated (just look at that barely noticeable wing!) Oakley Design Lamborghini Aventa-deer. At higher revs, it shoots James Bond Dr. No dragon-levels of flame, which is perfect for getting that turkey nicely cooked for your family.

Here's the full flamey experience. If he really did cook the whole thing with the Lambo exhaust, huge props to him for actually taking a bite, though he may have both salmonella and carbon monoxide poisoning now.