Post details: turkey wad

Feb 01, 2007 : turkey wad

Now that I've thoroughly disgusted some of you.... "turkey wad" is a phrase that my family and I actually use. I think the general meaning is the same as "dork". Has anyone else heard this phrase? Google only reveals a few myspace comments with this meaning. Parents, sisters, any idea where we got this from? My guess is from Mom's side of the family.

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Comment from: Em [Visitor] · http://www.brondsema.com
I think turkey wad means more like "mischievous goofball"
Permalink 02/01/07 @ 18:21
Comment from: Chloe [Visitor]
Where do come up with this randomness? and I would tend to agree with Em's definition.
Permalink 02/01/07 @ 23:53
Comment from: Dan [Visitor]
Dave,

Seek help. "Turkey Wad?" Only a Keebler Zog would come up with something like that.
Permalink 02/04/07 @ 21:26
Comment from: mom [Visitor]
Yes, Dave, the phrase comes from Gram Nanninga. I believe it is synonymous for dumb head or jerk. (uttered when exasperated with a teenager who has done something that the speaker doesn't agree with or appreciate)
Permalink 02/05/07 @ 21:06

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