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Fancy Stress - Collaboration with the Awesome Jan Allison
Fancy Stress - Collaboration with the Awesome Jan Allison There’s a party tonight so I bouffe up my hair Pamper and powder my sweet derrière, Arrive at the door, all done up to impress..... Oh man, I forgot! Invite said “fancy dress”! Pete and Sue are here, seems their theme’s ‘Tarts and Vicars’, Sue’s skirt’s microscopic! Look at her tiny knickers! Pete’s in a nun’s habit; the image is scary, I’ve not seen a nun with a chin that’s THAT hairy! And there’s Spider-Man! (although I’m perfectly certain, His cape is made out of his living room curtain), His curve-hugging costume’s quite “cosy” in size, I think Spidey gobbled up too many flies! In the corner, a lady has come as Snow White, Gee, her bosoms are out there, her corset’s so tight, They look like two bald heads squeezed into a sack, Glad my hubby’s not here - he’d have a heart attack! In the hallway, a robot is looking well-oiled, Her costume’s made out of three rolls of tin foil, She looks more like a turkey at Christmas, so later, I really hope no one is tempted to baste her! By the buffet, Fred Flintstone is looking contrite, I think he and wife Wilma are having a fight, Behaving all “caveman” has got Fred in trouble - He showed his big man-club to poor Betty Rubble! There’s a massive man-baby dressed just in a nappy, The “milk” in his bottle has made him quite happy, He’s shaking his tooshie and sucking his dummy, And asking a lady, “can I call you Mummy?” On the sofa is Princess Fiona from Shrek, Blimey, Count Dracula’s nibbling her neck, I avert my eyes to avoid his rising passion, In walks his wife, and his face turns quite ashen. His irate wife’s dressed up as pop singer Cher, In her see through outfit she looks almost bare, Then she lays into Drac just like Rocky Balboa - She’s drunk as I skunk, I’m relieved I don’t know her! Suddenly, Batman bursts through the door, In his skintight costume - my jaw hits the floor! He’s so muscular - bulges in all the right places, If I play my cards right, could be me he embraces! Well sadly I haven’t a costume of course, Til I spot a young chappie dressed up as a horse, I leap on his back - I’m a great improviser - Strip off and shout “Hey I’m Lady Godiva!” Written in collaboration with the very hilarious Jan - March 2018
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