george albot


AA or RAC


Haven’t got a clue why I got that text like that
But I do now; want to know what you wanted to say,
Because if that not impulse it worth seeing the
Unedited one, but so that you know the C word had
Given me the shower I needed, thanks’’
(Rubber dub dub)
Oh no the bubbles has burst
Know it; me all about time U’C
Think you need more than your legs slapping
The fat bit anyway,
Talking of being a witch, I bet the wind has made you
Feel ten years younger today, saves on the roller-coaster ride
It will get rid of all those cob webs, did you have a skirt on,
But let’s look at the one before witch; ; reads
R, we at the end of the road xxx
Not, I hope this hasn’t spoiled thing for us
Because of my big fat mouth,
Because I do love you more than anything
And I don’t think I would beable
To carry on if that was it
I know sometimes you are so very hard
To get on! !
But I enjoy every minute you give me
Inside’; you are my beautiful hunk
And you make me feel half my age
So thank you, I do love you
XXX
Something like that would have been nice
Half your age? ?
So that will still put you in your forty then
So let’s go back to the main point.

You decide if the road has ended
Or if the toll gate is open
Let me know
XXX
I couldn’t text you back because I had
My ‘meat’ in’ witch lasted to long
I could have done with a hand
Didn’t know if I was coming or going
But at least I can have tomorrow
Afternoon off
Any road; you have a good night
And if you want I’ll layby’ with you keep you from going
Round in circles and getting congested
XXX

Submitted: Thursday, December 05, 2013

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