George BernardBloodyShaw

Rookie (One day at the beginning of my life / England is my country)

The grunge spray (sorting society)


Firstly one needs a grunge spray
to eliminate
anything that may
intimidate.
I see
no sign
much from a society
of life that is MINE.
For the best results
allay one's self to no cults
no politics
no dicks.
One's life is one's own
so I will frown
on sorting society.
Please leave me alone
or I WILL use my grunge spray
to get my way
to do life to it my way....



My grunge spray is available from your local DIY at only £4.99. Or you can send me a cheque for £10 for a signed copy by myself. I do personal grunge spray on my boat by appointment to get rid of children, grandparents etc for just £50. Please send message for details. It eliminates all those things eg children, animals, politicians, anything you find objectionable and will not harm the atmosphere in their elimination. And thankfully also my grunge spray carries a guarantee that any item involved in this will not thankfully be recycled.

Submitted: Friday, June 05, 2009
Edited: Saturday, November 28, 2009
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