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Sue Hickey reminising

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Sue Hickey reminising

Sue Hickey reminising In the land of the Kiwi where the sun forgets 2 shine, Sue had been cooking up some ole purple dyed cat mince, Home staggered a boyfriend and a Drongo glassy eyed, And hunger called a meeting, I’m convinced, The cat mince was a cooling on the table, tasty but unstable, It was a bit manky, im advised, Not the sweet aroma of jolly aunt Ramona, with the taste of unwashed toes, but not 2 rotten I suppose, the eggs sucker and the Drongo weren’t so wise? So toast was made and mince got scoffed, And cats were deprived until, The Drongo heaved, and brought some back to try, He was sucking from the bucket, till he got his bloody fill, Twice eaten cat tucker and the red of purple dye, But the cats were vengeful still, When the Drongo finished swill, They pounced upon him at his open fly, They were chewing on his stoneys, As he said softly moany, Aunt Rita you’re a gift I can’t deny Don Johnson Apologys to the Aussie Drongo bird Bad mouthing you say he is a Drongo or a Galah, Both birds ….

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