JOSE MURGUIA

(4/14/80 / aztlan CITY OF ANGELZ! (EL MONTE))

MY BROTHER JULIAN.


my brother julian is weird,
but hes not one to be feared,
burgers and fries is all he eats,
loves video games
but he always cheats,
sleeps all night sleeps all day,
he goes to church but i never heard him pray,
but his nose is special it could smell food a mile away,
he gets crazy and physco thats why i call him violent j,
he loves food like they aint no tommorow,
he eats so fast i sometimes wonder if he swallowed,
hes always first in line to order,
hes favorite food is the ultimate cheeseburger,
hes cool but mostly rude,
but show him your food and violent j will druel.

1/05/2008
Copyright ©2009 Jose Murguia

Submitted: Monday, January 05, 2009
Edited: Saturday, February 21, 2009

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