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Vasto Grom

Rookie - 0 Points (01/19/1990 / Houston, TX)

Mr. Fluffles


Mr. Fluffles, the pink chinchilla
No more biting, just stop it will ya?
I know you hate the fact that you're pink
But I can not help what it is that I think

I know you're just a vivid hallucination
And the fact that you're pink doesn't offer a lot of intimidation
But when your 40 brothers and sisters all sit there staring at me
I have to admit its kinda creepy

Mr. Fluffles, just so soft and fluffy
But when you get to biting you're just not cuddly
Why can't you just let me be
You're not Kato so why do ambush me

You just look so cute when you go to sleep
Curled up in a fuzzy ball, counting sheep
So now we go to sleep and let our problems float away
But I know you'll get to biting this next up coming day

Cause you're Mr. Fluffles, the pink chinchilla
You'd probably stop the biting if I colored you vanilla
But I just can't help it, why can't you see
Ow! Mr. Fluffles no more biting me

Submitted: Thursday, February 23, 2012
Edited: Thursday, March 29, 2012

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  • Rookie Bella Hernandez (3/27/2012 9:56:00 PM)

    Thats a cute lil fluffy poem... sounds of playful write very adorable i must admit i like it :)
    ~Bella (Report) Reply

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