My first would be how the hell did a wild turkey end up in the back part of a semi-truck? It seems like that alone is a good story.
Truck drivers are an interesting bunch. A lot have hilarious personalities that are always full force. I mean hey, hours on the road by yourself… you gotta learn to entertain yourself.
A truck driver looks into his back compartment explaining that he has a turkey back there that won’t leave. The man talks to it trying to convince it but the bird doesn’t want to listen.
The driver switches sides and gets all the doors open on the oncoming traffic side. He sticks his head and tells the turkey the deal.
“Alright, the doors open, get the f*ck out”
The turkey receives his message and heads straight out onto the highway.
Instantly an oncoming car absolutely obliterates the bird sending feathers everywhere.
“Well, he didn’t make it very far”
The truck driver is as calm as day after this wild sequence. I would have to be on the ground in tears from laughter after something like this.
It’s hard being a turkey, man…
Turkey Hunter Finds 11,000 Year Old Giant Sloth Skull In West Virginia
Little did 36-year-old Kevin Adkins know that a simple hunting trip with his father-in-law on Mother’s Day, would lead to one of the rarest discoveries he’ll ever experience as a hunter.
According to Outdoor Life, Adkins and his father-in-law, Tony Hager, stumbled upon a giant sloth skull while hunting in West Virginia, which turned out to be at least 11,000 years old.
Kevin Adkins, 36, happened across the find of a lifetime while hunting with his father-in-law, Tony Hager, on Mother's Day in West Virginia. Adkins found a giant sloth skull that turned out to be at least 11,000 years old. 😮"Incredible!" pic.twitter.com/kFU2mxvnX9