AaI Harvey

(13/07/80 / Cannock)

Fashion is so gay


Fashion is so gay.


Fashion and technology are so irrelevant;
They become out of date, as soon as your money is spent.
This week’s look will be next month’s joke;
The one about you, spending so much money
On your big, old, new mobile phone.


Then you went to the pub to act the yuppie;
Talking to the talking clock about making money.
But then someone there with a better phone,
Looked down on you and casually scoffed,
Oh yes I remember those, but they’re so last month.


Just like your clothes and your hair;
Oh my gosh! What the Hell happened there?
Girl your hair is so short, you look like a dyke
And you, you ugly fiend, you look like her wife, not a bloke.


Oh boy we have to leave now, to go to a cool party.
What more can I say? Scissor sisters? Ok.
Well goodbye, er, well yes, my dear, you’re so blahzeh.


Oh you two look rather queer to me
And that too is old now, my darlings.
Oh you’re so yesterday and so cliché,



Don’t you know that bisexuals the latest thing?
All the coolest people are doing it, with all the other cool people.
But please don’t jump onto this bandwagon,
Don’t claim to be bisexual.
For I’m afraid you will make it become so last week;
Bye, bye honey, I’m off to design clothes in gay Pari.



(C) 2013 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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