When Choosing Your Man

When choosing your man, look at his teeth,
Check under his hood, look underneath.

Make sure he can go the distance when you're in the mood,
Putting all your needs first and even before food.

Does he come from sturdy stock or is he weak in the knees,
Can he stand on his own two feet, while aiming to please.

On the bathroom throne does he have good aim,
Maybe sprinkling the seat is part of his fame.

Meet his mother that will be the telling tale,
You'll know if he's a girly man or all male.

Complicated you'll have to check them out,
Don't pick a mama's boy that cries and pouts.

I have passed on my knowledge for picking a man,
The details are critica so stick to your own plan.

Poetry by Queen
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Written on 2005-07-24 at 04:47

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F.i.in.e Moods The PoetBay support member heart!
heheh... yeah, a guide of sorts but even the experts get fooled sometimes ;) this made me chuckle... a sprinkler... his fame... lol yeah... hehe... all details to consider for sure lol :) this is light and comical... i enjoyed reading... thanks for sharing :)


:D :D :D
I'll let my daughter read this one!

chasingtheday The PoetBay support member heart!
what, even before food :o not even a nibble a peanut butter and jelly sandwich :o hehehe check his teeth, and make sure he runs in the 3.30 race, and wins :)