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A Visit To Hooters

A Visit To Hooters
By Elton Camp
Two young owls went for a night to carouse
The place they saw, their interest did arouse
“Hooters” was flashing on a big neon sign
Its offerings they thought would be fine
So they both agreed as to what they’d do 
“Let’s go inside to meet a chick or two”
They entered the place and took a seat
Expecting it to be a swinging owl retreat

What else could “hooters” mean
But soft feathers with a silky sheen

So just imagine their utter surprise
At the sight that met their eyes
As they flew out, they angrily spat
“Who would enjoy a thing like that”

Copyright © Elton Camp

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