Dave Tanwar

Rookie (July 17 / Jodhpur, India)

Facebook Poem


Now they say don’t smoke
Rather go to Facebook & Poke

Instead of burning the Ash
Make new friends and get fresh

Holding cigarette in the finger
Is no more a fashion to linger!

Now they say don’t smoke
Rather go to Facebook & Poke

Go on Sparkey, search for chicks who are single..
Flirt with them, kiss them, send gifts and mingle

On the OWNED buy some friends
Carton of Ciggy is no more in trend.

Now they say don’t smoke
Rather go to Facebook & Poke.

On the Mafia war, make your Gang
Buy some weapon, and do Bang! Bang!

On FFS, make to work your pet
All those girls whom you no more text

Now they say don’t smoke
Rather go to Facebook & Poke

Submitted: Monday, July 20, 2009

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  • Rookie - 334 Points Patti Masterman (7/20/2009 2:35:00 PM)

    Fun poem. Yes long distance 'poking' is not nearly so fun, but then again you can 'poke'
    a lot more people and have multiple friends at one time. Like a party that never ends. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Mary Joy Lumanog (7/20/2009 5:10:00 AM)

    Like this..I do that on facebook..just for fun! go mafia wars ang go bang bang! (Report) Reply

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