george albot


Tee Time?


Dear pudding
How could I have the bottom on with you
There’s only room for one FA in this, course
BUT, or your BUT is still very nice
It likes the Milky Way something
You can enjoy between’ meals
And talking about meals I’m stating to get hungry
It’s being the best part of a month
Since I have had anything good 2 eight; ’
I need a bit of snap with a cherry on top
Hmm a nice soft sweet cherry
Well as I say I’m getting hungry so let me know
When it’s ready and on the plate
And be careful not to drip
Because I have a big appetite
Or is it a strong desire or craving
A passion for taste or hunger
Whatever it is I’m ready
Yes that what I want one of those
Ready meal hope there on offer,
I can have more than one then! !
Sometime one just isn’t enough
XXX
Night night babe
One day it will be nice
To have you for breakfast! !
XXX
I love you

Submitted: Saturday, January 04, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 07, 2014

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