Do Not Buy A Timeshare. - Poem by Slava Olchevski
Today I bought a timeshare
From a Cuban girl Irima Paz
But I was totally unprepared and unaware
That the discount club has a hidden surprise
The sales presentation was intense
People were telling numbers in different combinations
It is hard to figure out what you really get
What is the total cost of your dream vacations?
I’ve got to spend eighteen weeks over the next 5 years
In beautiful hotels all around the world
And, I don’t have to be rich
I don’t have to sell my family’s gold
On a flip side, after doing the math
I realized that it is twelve weeks that I have
Of my total vacation time
That I can use without committing any serious crime
What do I do?
How do I get out?
We asked our friends to opt in
But they decided to opt out.
Paul Calabreze refunded the money
We went to Xel-Ha, where the dolphins swim
It was very nice, it was even funny
That was the end of timeshare dream.
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