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Aussies Create PETA's Worst Nightmare: The 20-Animal Stuffed "Turducken Ridiculous"

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Your Thanksgiving turkey is already lame and you haven't even roasted it or set your garage on fire trying to fry it yet. Australia has ruined the fattest of holidays for everyone and they don't even celebrate it! And here I thought we Americans were the only ones proudly shoving giant, gluttonous piles of meat into our jiggly faces.

According to the Huffington Post, Australian radio show Merrick and the Highway Patrol recently helped take the lame ol' Turducken to a level no human ever should, and all with the blessing of a Michelin-starred U.K. chef.

Chef Heston Blumenthal states:

I was thinking how do you stuff an Emu into a Wallaby, I thought it was going to be a real challenge, but it sounds fascinating! It sounds like you've gone for the most ambitious and ridiculous turducken... It sounds brilliant, the more ridiculous the better, any disbelievers will be converted!

The "Turducken Ridiculous" combines an astounding 20 animals into one massive boulder of heart-stopping meat. In a nightmarish, Saw movie type process involving shoving animals into other animals and more animals into other animals, the final product emerges like everything you never wanted to see come out of an oven. America needs to step it up.

What 20 animals did they use? Why yes, there's a picture for that too:

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