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Kyle Schlicher


Life In A Beer Commercial


beer commercials
have
all the main ingredients
for good
living.

pretty
and
well built
females.
guys
laughing
and having
plenty
of fun
while
boating
or
watching football
in the living room
or
at some nice
sports bar
or
barbecuing
in the back
yard
and
pretty
well built females
laughing
at all
the funny things
the
guys are doing.

no one
ever
gets
a hangover.

gets stopped by the police
for driving
under
the
influence.

no one
misses work
the next day
or
says something
starting
a fight
over
one
of the
pretty
and
well built girls.

no one
blows the rent money
or
car payment
in a night
of
intoxicating
stupidity.

just think
how
great
it would be
living
life
in a
beer
commercial.

(2-19-2014

Submitted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Topic(s): Satire


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