Charles Hice

Rookie (May 13 2004 / Heaven)


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Rendering unto MicroSoft
today eye remember eating real food it is nostalgia
they dont make it like they used too
it is not the same
dough is not lard enough
meat is more green
limits imposed by rules add flavor to the mixed fruit and veggies
postal employees use spam to make dinner
in the third degree of time passes less now you seem to be the last eater left
food is guilty on the plate
not judged enough
not using lard to make the dough
food is slough
meat is not tough enough
salads shoot the innocent pass more quickly away
people used to eating dinosaurs need more
poor people were once richer
food was once upon a time a source
ingredients gradients
MicroLard comes in a big large barrel
bring your small pails and buckets to the MicroSoft store

ed.note.ed enjoy ewe microlard

Submitted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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