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Seven Ate Nine

What's up miss popular? People know about your greed Ya, got the text. The "Hey, dotard, don't talk to me freak," The average joe, and those silly electronics" Please, Click Itch, labeling others as the smelly geek So many countless hours cushioning in luxury Preparing to feed your lust, her dinner platter Feasting on periodic table and splitting bonding Then misguided paparazzi ask what’s the matter? Dr. Gluttony's remedy, a coke and Mentos Pridefully smiling as other families shatter Expecting everyone’s contributions to the plate Because, you are the modern-day narcissistic (*sore) The search engines have endless pages on the topic Upon your illusion throne, craving and wanting more Deep down in the shadows, harbors your anger and wrath Enviously fishing for a fresh party's primate Yep, Scarlett, Megan and Kelly all have perfect cups But don’t worry, over time your bim-bims will deflate Sorry, Brittany and Jen both have the perfect butt Though your horoscope says, “glutes are going to inflate” Ma'am Trash Troll, you have not the cash flow of Uncle Sam What A disgusting branded pathetic child you are Your future will be a shabby truck driver's pit stop Slothfully dreaming of becoming a super star *Word changed Updated 5/14/219 -Urban Dictionary- 1.Click Itch - An everlasting feeling of need to start clicking, usually on social sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Google, Pinterest, etc. 2.Dotard - An aging individual who has long lost the ability to make rational sense. 3.Cushioning - A dating technique where along with your main piece you also have several 'cushions', other people you'll chat and flirt with to cushion the potential blow of your main break-up and not leave you alone.

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