George Hunter


001 - Love Those Women


I love ‘em big, I love ‘em small.
I love ‘em any size at all,
And I also love ‘em short or tall.
It’s hard to choose for whom I fall.
I love ‘em fat I love ‘em lean
And any weight that’s in between.
I love the plain, I love the beauties
Although I do prefer the cuties.
I love the 10’s, I love the 2’s
Who am I to pick and choose?
I love ‘em medium, I love ‘em slender,
As long as they’re of feminine gender.
I love ‘em hot, I love ‘em cold
I love ‘em young. I love ‘em old.
I love ‘em white, black, brown or yellow
For I’m a very mellow fellow.
I love the lady, I love the floozie
Especially when I’m feeling boozy.
I love the giant, I love the midget,
Except the wee ones make me fidget.
I love the swarthy and the fair
The bald and ones with tons of hair.
I love the brunettes, blonds and redheads
Standing up or on their bedsteads.
I love the Jew, the Greek and Russian,
The Swede, the Pole, the Czech and Prussian.
The French, the Alut and Japanese
The English, Mexican and Chinese.
So it’s equal opportunity for all
As I mix the long, the short and tall.
I’m just an independent lover
You can’t always judge a book by just it’s cover.
I guess in my youth I was more discerning
But as I aged did lots of learning
And now as I approach the Fall
I just like to love ‘em all.
The message this rhyme has tried to send
Is just that “Women were made for men! ”

Submitted: Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, December 28, 2011

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