lee fones


dont mess with granny smith


there was a commotion
inside our local dive
the club locomotion
where everyone did jive

music there was very hip
making granny smith slide
now with a bloodied lip
drag artist just cried

police got involved
about our granny smith
then it got all dissolved
as this was just a myth

then at ten to two
granny smith did get home
without a single shoe
but quite a bit of foam

now that drag artist
was really very bad
he was very heartless
this makes the story sad

for that bloody drag artist
stole grannies bra and pants
he thought was harmless
with his big implants

then the following night
granny smith went into town
the drag artist had a fright
as she pulled her bra and knickers down

Submitted: Friday, July 11, 2014
Edited: Friday, July 11, 2014

Topic(s): humour


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