False Advertisement - Poem by Randy McClave
She took off her jacket and then her high heels
Then in my mind I started having seductive ideals,
She then took off her wig, her eyelashes and her jewelry
I thought to myself, is this some type of trick or tomfoolery,
She then removed her hose and her fake nails
I am now confused, is this a trick that is perpetrated by all females?
She then washed off her mascara and her red lipstick
Then, I thought to myself is there anything real on this chick.
Frightened, I don't know what's real on her or what's underneath
But, please don't let her be removing any false teeth,
She then went to the bathroom to wash off her face
Then she removed her dress which revealed the silk and lace,
I was then excited, so I gave her a whistle and a giant hurrah
Until the moment, that she removed her pushed up bra,
She told me to sit down and to relax, I didn't
I wonder though, if I can sue her, for false advertisement.
Randy L. McClave
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