Forget turducken... I'm stuffing my turkey with two ducks, stuffed with four hens, stuffed with eight quail eggs. Honestly, I do not recommend trying this yourself.
So what's your favourite naming scheme: breadth-first, depth-first, or inordered binary tree traversal?
Mathed Potatoes: http://youtu.be/F5RyVWI4Onk
Green Bean Matherole: http://youtu.be/XwIs1nlDQ2I
Borromean Onion Rings: http://youtu.be/4tsjCND2ZfM
My personal website, which you might like: http://vihart.com
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