Thanksgiving turkey with a penis
Every once in a while I like to check out the statistics of my blog. I know how many people visit my site every month (about 4500 for November 2010). I also know how many come to my website by using a search engine (60%).
I also check out the seach words that people use to find Restoring Tally. Normally, the words and phrases people use to find my blog make sense. But not always.
Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. While checking out the site logs, I noticed that one visitor used Google to search for a "picture of thanksgiving turkey with a penis." Really?
That searcher ended up at my blog post No one wants a turkey neck for Thanksgiving. That blog post describes a common complication of infant circumcision. During infant circumcision, too much shaft skin is removed. The tight circumcision often results in scrotal skin being pulled forward during an erection. The scrotal skin forms a web, or turkey neck, under the penis. Some intact men have turkey neck, but it is not as common among intact men as it is for circumcised men. Foreskin restoration typically reduces turkey neck because restoring results in more shaft skin so that scrotal skin is not borrowed during an erection.
I am not sure that the person looking for a "picture of thanksgiving turkey with a penis" wanted to learn about turkey neck or penoscrotal webbing. I am not sure why anyone would be searching for a "picture of thanksgiving turkey with a penis." But, I am sure it would make for a very interesting Thanksgiving dinner to serve a turkey with a penis.