The Flakes read a story this morning about the shortage of large Butterball turkeys this year.  Butterball is the nation's largest turkey producer, raising over 41 million birds annually.  While their production is consistent with past years, they have noticed a shortage of large turkeys who weigh over 16 pounds.  For some strange reason, their turkeys are losing weight.

Paul suggested that turkeys are like women.  Mark replied by asking, "How exactly are turkeys like women?".  Paul then explained that, like women, a turkey's weight depends on the size of their thighs.  Nice save, Paul.