Years ago, if someone had asked me if I wanted to run a winter turkey farm my reaction would have been similar to being asked if I wanted to watch professional wrestling (no, not really my thing).  Circumstances can change and when I watched Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson for the first time, I instantly became a WWE wrestling fan (until he retired).

The turkeys have been so social and entertaining to watch this year that I’m becoming a little fond of them (no, not fond enough to call you The Rock).

It did not take long before the The Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels, Stone Cold Steve Austin and D-Generation X also became favorites and their high flying moves were as entertaining to watch as the turkeys flying through the woods.

One of my favorite moves of The Rock was The Rock Bottom and, of course, the turkeys misunderstood the meaning, but gave me their version of the turkey bottom

after a perfect landing.

Whatever you do though, don’t use The Rock’s catchphrase if you smell what The Rock is cookin’ around them, it always ruffles their feathers. 

19 Replies to “Monday Musings”

  1. Turkeys! I know nothing of his wrestling days, but I’m glad DJ switched to movies. He is a natural on screen, and improves whatever he appears in. I still haven’t seen his F and F spin-off movie with Jason Statham – I know it will be ridiculous fun with these two!

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    1. He was fabulous on WWE and I still tune in when he makes special appearances!!😁 Probably not a surprise that I have seen Hobbs & Shaw a few times and that I lost track years ago of how many times I have watched Fast Five and The Rundown (surprisingly I only watched Baywatch once or twice)!!😁

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      1. I will make time for Hobbs and Shaw this week – go baldies! Hmm, I’d forgotten about Baywatch, it was terrible, although I still laughed out loud a couple of times…but definitely a low point for Dwayne.

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  2. Turkey’s are so beautiful, and never ever on any menu I cook. Wonderful photos. The closest I ever got to following wrestling was the 4pm slot on UKs World of Sport from back in the day. Big Daddy, Giant Haystacks ( seriously) and Kendo Nagasaki.

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