Except it does.
The above was my entry for a Giantess.com image contest titled “Holiday Giantess” that took place two years ago.
Yes, of course I’m joking.
But it is what I imagined back in 2006 is what happens when you give a turkey costume to a giantess that also happens to be an animal rights activist.
Why would I create such an image, you ask? I’m not sure. Mostly to amuse myself, and also because two years ago I was served tofurkey at a house I visited during Thanksgiving, and was told it was delicious before I had a taste. It isn’t delicious, and it has nothing to do with the collage above, so I’m going to stop trying to explain it.
Well, no, I’ll try again, mostly because I’m still trying to understand it myself. Here I am, with this hobby, this little past-the-time activity of creating collages as beautiful as I can possibly make them, and then I feel compelled to come up with this abomination.
For a moment it might have been a protest about those vegetarians and that horrible tofurkey, but I have nothing against being vegetarian. In fact, I was a vegetarian for an entire year myself, and loved every minute of it until a visit to Disney World threw me off the bandwagon, but that’s a story for no other time. My point is that tofurkey is just a foul, terrible thing to do to me.
But as I was saying, I got to thinking what it would be like if a giantess that was also vegetarian was invited to a Thanksgiving Day parade, and she decided it was time to make a statement about the birds she so dearly loves alive, and she was also deeply insane. Ya know, the kind of mad that destroys while saying it wants to create? The kind that prefers animals to people?
So this otherwise lovely and beautiful (you can’t see her gorgeous looks because she’s wearing that stupid costume) giantess goes on a rampage, and while she roasts herself a city, she asks the population, “How do you like it? Not nice to get crispy and juicy and melt-in-the-mouth delicious, is it now? Uh? Uh?”
But then she takes a break from all the killing, and gets hungry, and has a taste of roasted building, and starts getting into vore.
Ever seen a vegetarian fall off the wagon? It’s not pretty.
…is what I would say if this entry was over, but I do have something else to write. I’m going to be cutting back on the blogging here for a few weeks, not only because of the holidays, but also because I’m going to be knee deep in real life work. I’ll still post an entry here and there, but it’s not going to be a daily affair.
Also, I’m running out of my own collages, so the timing is perfect.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving, y’all!