Not to ruin your Thanksgiving dinner, but, two years ago The Suzuki Foundation released a report saying that the average Thanksgiving dinner was chalk full of pesticides. Mike’s top five signs your turkey dinner might contain high levels of pesticides.
#5. Fewer flies than usual hovering over the center piece.
#4. Fewer flies than usual hovering over passed-out dinner guests.
#3. David Suzuki and a guy with a clipboard sitting at the far end of the table all evening – giggling.
#2. That after-dinner bloated feeling replaced by an urge to sting whomever just passed you the broccoli.
#1. You find yourself reminiscing about the “good old days” when turkey dinners just contained high levels of melamine.
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#5. Can’t see your feet?
#4. Can’t see your arms!? (Eating by feel..)
#3. You really aren’t sure — if it was you or the dog..
#2. That pain in your fork hand, from Carpul Turkey Syndrome!
#1. You’re no longer eating to satisfy hunger or taste — you’re simply trying to maintain a stable ballast so you don’t capsize.