bikini turkey for thanksgiving bikini turkey for thanksgiving
nov 22, 2012

bikini turkey for thanksgiving

‘bakini’ tanned turkey

 

 

 

if you need some ideas for thanksgiving – look no further than the ‘bakini’ turkey – a roast turkey cooked till it wears a bikini and a tan!

 

how to make it in 4 easy steps:

 

1.) cut a tin foil bikini that fits your turkey.2.) tie the wings up over the turkey neck to give it that ‘relaxing on a beach towel look’.3.) sprinkle the turkey with paprika (sun tan).4.) bake your turkey, removing the foil bikini a little after half way through your baking time

 

designboom wishes its readers a happy thanksgiving!

 

‘bakini’ tanned turkey

 

  • looks like Saw VIII…or VIV….or whatever the f they’re on now

    johnny says:
  • ILIKEITILIKEITILIKEIT

    G. C. BROWN says:
  • Yuk….horrible imagination…its insult to both…female and chicken…stop posting such non creative things…

    Nicky says:
  • I’m with you nicky. .

    Shahaf says:
  • How come the reference is here to a woman’s body
    as opposed to a man’s body
    sexism !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Paedra says:
  • This image I find extraordinarily offensive. I trust design boom is aware of the power of images and that this particular image is of a misogynist nature.

    Marlene Sarroff says:
  • Misogynist? Insult to women?
    It’s a Turkey for goodness sake!

    a.e. says:
  • why does everyone these days LIKE to get offended by petty things?! I guarantee you that the author of this turkey at no point decided they would use it as misogynistic slander. it’s a frickin turkey with tan lines, its supposed to make you chuckle quietly in your head, drawing on the age old humor of female tan-lines. come on marlene, if it were a male turkey tan it would just be a straight line…obviously they made it female to make it more relate-able. PLUS most turkey eaten on thxgiving are female as they have more meat, making this simply a result of logical design. laugh a little

    joe schmo says:
  • OK now
    lets take this into the area of HIGH AND HOLY HOLY ART
    place it in a Chelsea NYC or London art gallery
    enlarge it 10X
    put barbed wire around the edge of the pan
    make it a walk-in environment where the stuffing would go
    into the very womb of the bird
    add a bit of Francis Bacon seasoning (great English Artist)
    have a bubbling moat of hot gravy
    NOW
    are you truly offended
    or has a HOLY transcendence taken place ???????????????????©
    this is my idea
    theft is not allowed :)))))))))))))))))))))

    Paedra says:
  • Joe schomo & AE, I am completely with you both. I get the sense the offended parties might possibly be a wee bit jealous that theirs are no long “spring chicken” body being served as eye candy. LIGHTEN UP, LADIES and stop being such a chick!

    I will be saving this recipe for my future in laws.

    LanVy Nguyen says:
  • Certainly worth stuffing!

    sultony says:
  • It’s funny! Lighten up girls.

    tilly says:
  • Whats really offensive about this how people have little regard for (once) living beings. This animal probably spent it’s entire life in a tiny cage, stressed, confused, and depressed before it was finally electrocuted to death in a brutal manner. In the year 2013 most of the human population does not need to eat animal flesh to survive yet we mindlessly keep consuming it like it’s nothing. Irregardless and worst of all when the animals lifeless corpse finally arrives in someones kitchen instead of paying respect to this creature who’s body will go on to support your own existence(as the Native Americans did), you mock it like it’s your toy. Happy Thanksgiving.

    carry/ok says:

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