It's Probably Best Not To Carve Your Thanksgiving Turkey This Way

Don't try this at home.

Many people agonize over the perfect way to carve the Thanksgiving turkey.

Not the guys behind the “Waterjet Channel” on YouTube, who simply unleash their powerful waterjet cutter on the cooked bird in a new video.

Incredibly, the turkey slices still look edible even after being pummeled by the 60,000 pound-force per square inch jet.

How the meat tastes, however, is anyone’s guess. Probably a bit watery.

The channel also uses the device to slice up a pumpkin pie and open a can of cranberries in the clip.

Watch the tasty destruction above.

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