Edwin Drood

Rookie (Never goin' to tell where i live)

Real Cool(A Funny Story) - Poem by Edwin Drood

Our Santa, a Japanese and a Britisher were lost in the desert.
They were driving around in a Jeep when it broke down. Because they had nothing else, they decided to each take a piece of the Jeep as they continued their journey.
The Japanese took the radiator, the Britisher took the seat, and our Santa took the door.
After a while of walking the Britisher asked the Japanese 'I`m confused, why did you bring the radiator? '
The Japanese responded, 'If I get thirsty, I can drink the fluid.'
Next our Santa asked the Britisher 'Why did you bring the seat? ' So the Britisher said 'If I get tired, I am not going to sit on the sand. I can sit on this comfortable seat.'
Finally the Japanese asked our Hero why he had chosen the door. Santa quickly responded to this question, 'Well, when it gets hot all I have to do is roll down the window.'

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011

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