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Best Day

I felt so fine today
Because I went to the mall, Costco and the movieplex
I needed to find others dressed in unique fashions
Completely their own
As well as exquisite food I could never cook on my own
The blank stares mixed with slight vexation at my skinny jeans wrapped around lard
Made me feel the warmth I had been missing for far too long
I passed so many oportunities to purchase things that would
Complete my hard-wired innards that i genuinely felt my AMEX 
(250.00 limit)
Flex inward and cry within my wallet
My favorite part was buying a fuzzy blue sweater from the pile at Costco
Immediately putting it on 
Tightly over my torso
The nods of recognition as I sauntered along
Told me to finally put down the gaming controller and get with the real world
Later that hot-dog-on-a-stick chick was totally into me
But I felt hot
So I went to Greasa-pizza instead
Hah
She probably stared in my general direction for half a second when I walked by
Oh 
Her fantasies of me were hurting my psyche
The next stop at movie-hurl
Was even more awesome
I walked around with those hipster 3D glasses by video games
Scoffing at the low scores those 8 year olds were getting
The popcorn girl couldn't even maintain eye contact with me
HOT
The only downside was that some guy with a neck tattoo called me "Gay"
In the parking lot when I was heading to the bus stop
All I have to say is
Jealous

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