Dating with nick name turkey
From backstage, Jess is gleefully watching students perform the Thanksgiving musical at school, and she's dressed as a giant turkey.Paul, dressed as a giant squash, approaches to thank her for helping out backstage, telling her it's made a big difference to the show this year.As for the turkey with wings, Meleagris gallopavo is an odd-looking bird that’s known for its bare head, wattle, and iridescent plumage.So how did the land occupied by the Turks become associated with a North American bird?By 1575, the English were enjoying the North American bird at Christmas dinner, and Shakespeare talked about it in Henry IV.Turkeys, as we know them, have fared better than their guinea fowl relatives on the international scene, so you probably haven’t seen it at your local grocery store.She's not ready, but she goes to get the door anyway.
The land occupied by the Turks was known as the Ottoman Empire from the 1300s until 1922, but following World War I and the fall of the Ottomans, the republic of Turkey was declared, taking on the name that had long referred to that region.Though it’s native to eastern Africa, the guinea fowl was imported to Europe through the Ottoman Empire and came to be called the turkey-cock or turkey-hen.When settlers in the New World began to send similar-looking fowl back to Europe, they were mistakenly called turkeys.Schmidt asks her to be honest and wonders if she's named the turkey Paul.She hasn't - the turkey's name is Hank - she tells them, as in 'Hanksgiving.' While Jess unloads her groceries, Winston asks if they'll be able to hang out with Paul or if "he's also a teacher." Jess insists that he's a total guys-guy, who typically spent Thanksgiving with his now-deceased Nana, but the guys aren't confident that they'll like him.