rohan bendre

Rookie - 408 Points (25 december 1983 / dombivali)

Save the Animals from Creul expirements


Professor said to Jack
'' Your Knowlege will become Thrice
for that you will have to cut this mice.''
Professor turned to Sam
'' For great numbers you will have to make it a Habbit
You will have to cut this Rabbit.''
Professor then turned to Thomas and Tobby
'' Quit your concept of dear
that will be the key
next you have to study deer and monkeys.''
All went and arrived after one hour
Professor said
'' What is the reason for unrest
is that what you do best? ''
All said
'' To study Animals
We are forced to become a murderer
But A Change in subject is what we have unanamiously planned
A Human brain is what we plan to study Comprehensively
For that we need a professor who will be ready to be tortured completely.''
Save the Animals who are tortured under the name of experiments so inhumanely
Protecting Animals is Compulsory.
I Love Animals.

Submitted: Friday, April 26, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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