tDr. Krog: C'mon, family. Who wants to see my incision wound?
the biscuit: I do!
Dr. Krog: (shows 2 week old incision wound from arthroscopic surgery)
the biscuit: IT LOOKS LIKE HAM!
Dr. Krog: Yeah, it kinda does. That's because people are made of meat.
the biscuit: OF MEAT?!?
Dr. Krog: Yep.
the biscuit: No, Daddy. That's turkey. Turkey is made of ham.
me: No, dude. Ham and turkey are both meat.
Dr. Krog: And people is meat. And soylent green.
the biscuit: NO. WAY.
me: And reindeer. Don't forget people eat reindeer.
Dr. Krog: Mommy, we agreed we weren't going to discuss eating Santa's reindeer again.
the biscuit: So people and turkey are made of THE SAME THING??
me: Yes, all animals are made of meat.
Dr. Krog: And I'm a turkey! GOBBLE GOBBLE!! (dances around kitchen on bum leg)
the biscuit: DADDY, YOU ARE NOT A TURKEY! Your leg just looks like ham, is all.
Dr. Krog: And after my next surgery, it'll look EVEN HAMMIER.
the bicuit: Oh, Daddy. You are such ham. I mean a turkey. A FAT TURKEY.
Dr. Krog: I'm not fat. I'm lean.
the biscuit: No. All turkeys are fat.
Dr. Krog: There most certainly are skinny turkeys.
the biscuit: You are wrong.
Dr. Krog: So what do turkeys eat?
the biscuit: Uh, turkey sandwiches.
Dr. Krog: THEY EAT THEMSELVES?
the biscuit: No, they eat chickens. 101 chickens!
Dr. Krog: You are being a big sillybones.
the biscuit: Yes, and I can say OODLE *or* POODLE.
...and that's how family dinner works around here.