Last week at work we had our annual tradition of Turkey Bowling. No foul play with live fowl as it is a frozen turkey from the grocery store.
Conference tables are set up against the wall and covered in blankets, bowling pins are set up and a piece of tape is set up on the carpet in a conference room for the mark to bowl from. When I asked how this tradition started, no one was certain, but our chief historian in our area believes it was one of our former supervisors.
In prior years, the frozen turkey was bowled in its unadorned frozen form inside a plastic sealed bag, but this year it as placed inside a bag to protect the turkey, but I think it made it harder to handle. Before I worked there, I heard one of the conference room table were broken as the frozen poultry was flying fast and hard. The first year I worked there, I won a frozen turkey, but that was also when there were 10 pins; this year there was only 8, which is another turkey bowling mystery.