Joe Rosochacki


Ivory Snow Soap


Marilyn Chambers, the fair maiden who donned the box cover of Ivory Snow,
The soap was 99 44/100% pure”.
Although,
Her movies that she made weren’t that for sure.
She graced the cover on the box holding her commercial kid,
Later she discard her clothes, make pornographic movies and lo
And behold
She made more,
And from the grace that was almost pure,
She fell from Ivory Snow to Behind the Green Door.
Alas, this porno queen has fallen at age 56,
---no cougar anymore, she will be missed dearly
Making porno movies could be hazardous to your health,
Could this the reason she died so early?
Maybe.
Procter & Gamble, unaware of Chambers' role in the X-rated film,
used one of her photos that had been taken during her New York modeling days on its laundry detergent box - she's shown cuddling a laughing baby.
Procter & Gamble, whose Ivory products were '99 44/100% pure, '
quickly pulled the boxes from store shelves.
(4-16-09)

Submitted: Thursday, April 30, 2009

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