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Historical Epic (Free verse) by Bobjim
ya see back in the old land where little birds wear top hats and badgers sing opera there was a great kickboxing competition and generally the kangaroos won on account o being better at it and also cos they cheat them damn kangaroos anyway a young girl, about 5 i think named jim jimminy jim jimminy jim jim jaroo came as an outside contender and she was pretty good and really small and so could headbutt the kangaroos in the nuts which was useful so she got all the way to the final and was fighting this big mean kangaroo named "Bob" all kangaroos are really called "Bob", by the way it's a kangaroo thing anyway she was a kicking and a punching a ducking and a diving a weaving and a fightin then she said "screw this" pulled out her handy little knife and stabbed Bob in the balls as he fell to floor in pain she went a mugged a local crocodile hunter and stole his shotgun with which she shot bob and was declared champion on account of her shooting anyone who said otherwise after a long and succesful reign as champion she was eaten by a hippo

Up the ladder: forever mourning

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Arithmetic Mean: 5.4
Weighted score: 5.0476813
Overall Rank: 6824
Posted: February 16, 2006 12:21 PM PST; Last modified: February 16, 2006 12:21 PM PST
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[8] Ranger @ 62.252.32.15 | 16-Feb-06/12:32 PM | Reply
Somehow made me laugh; in my simple way. I think it's picturing as a kangaroo.
Kangaroos bloody always cheat. Except for when they're playing chicken with cars. They tend not to then, for some reason...
[8] Ranger @ 62.252.32.15 > Ranger | 16-Feb-06/12:41 PM | Reply
Anyway, you've succeeded with your 'worst' mission, what's next on the agenda?
[8] drnick @ 24.176.22.254 | 16-Feb-06/2:05 PM | Reply
This is awesome, is the person narrating Les Claypool or David Koechner?
[10] Stephen Robins @ 213.146.148.199 | 17-Feb-06/7:49 AM | Reply
A throbbing nimbus of sperm.
[1] Absorbed Intellect @ 82.20.237.112 | 24-Oct-07/8:18 AM | Reply
It doesn't really convey a point of sexual nature in Japan so it isn't really poetry of the dark ages when I was a young lad in a dark stormy winter night of July.
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