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Looks like war, but tastes like chicken (Villanelle) by Jeremi B. Handrinos
Looks like war, but tastes like chicken. Do you have any Grey Poupon? Damn, that Eagle was sure finger lickin'. The taste of it shall kill & sicken. Would you like me to put the soup on? Looks like war, but tastes like chicken. "Cream, with that broth, should proudly thicken." If you will allow me to quote Satan. Damn, that Eagle sure was finger lickin'. The smell of it would leave you smitten. That bird can drop eggs by the kilo-ton. Looks like war, but tastes like chicken. But can a fowl-balding-bird sing Rasputin, while feasting upon ol' Enoch's son? Damn, that Eagle sure was finger lickin'. We'll knead at that tit just like a kitten. Can I get mine sunny side up with some bacon? Looks like war, but tastes like chicken. Damn, that Eagle sure was finger lickin'.

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Overall Rank: 187
Posted: March 16, 2003 6:58 PM PST; Last modified: March 16, 2003 7:04 PM PST
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[6] poetandknowit @ | 16-Mar-03/7:22 PM | Reply
Pretty funny stuff. Inspired by the girlfriend's job no doubt.
[n/a] Jeremi B. Handrinos @ > poetandknowit | 16-Mar-03/7:39 PM | Reply
Since I started making some okay money writing this script, she no longer has to work there, but they're making her a manager and she's getting fonder of the increase in money and responsibilities involved with that. Perhaps I should tease her like you and be a real man huh? We'll leave that charming subject matter for you and your highly celebrated opinion on domesticated woodland critters to decide. Glad to see you still going for the ball sac though. It's good to know the difference between your dentist and your mechanic this day and age.
[6] poetandknowit @ > Jeremi B. Handrinos | 16-Mar-03/7:46 PM | Reply
So she is staying or not. Or is it still in the thinking stage. Money is money, but the key is free food. Of course, with management comes the worry of being tied up in the back room and pounded on the head for the safe combination. Or Ornella coming in on a Friday night and ordering everything on the menu and the running out just as it is all at the register. She would do something like that, I suppose. And then say it was an acting lesson. How is GW anyway. I haven't talked to her in ages. Well, it is good to see you are finally making the rent on the pen. It is never good to be all talk.
[n/a] Jeremi B. Handrinos @ > poetandknowit | 16-Mar-03/8:01 PM | Reply
Aint that the truth. I'm learning.

Ah, god's wifes good, but you know, she's tempermental.

I don't know if she'll keep the job or not, but whatever
she does i'm cool with it, as long as she goes to school too.

What's up with you these days. Writer's block?
[8] Caducus @ | 17-Mar-03/6:13 AM | Reply
line 3 very clever, america is eaten by greed, finger licking good connection of freedom, really kicks the ass of irony so hard it pukes from the mouth.

Last stanza is it needed? 8
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