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Mincing Words at Dinner Parties (Humour Poem)

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Spaghetti sauce,

potatoes sourced,

straight from the farm ground.

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Beef mince,

jellied mint,

tastiness unbound!

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Dinner is sorted,

shoot lasagne from mortars,

right into my mouth, yum yum. Yum yum.

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Salt on the table,

pepper’s there too,

best of friends, sprinkle sprinkle.

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Wine with the meal?

No, just some water.

Is this beef? Is this veal?

I’m not sure, but this poor animal was slaughtered!

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The sheets of lasagne,

the belt’s are unfastening,

we are becoming morbidly obese,

from this treat of a meal, this bowl of grease!

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A toast to the chef!

We all stand up.

Carrying extra heft,

we lift our colourful cups!

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“To the chef! My compliments”

Okay, well done, showoff, sit down.

I hate that guy with immensity,

so loud and obnoxious, damn clown!

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So, everybody enjoyed their meal,

we still aren’t sure if it was beef or veal.

But I’m glad with the results,

lasagne, water, wine, pepper and salt.

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Next dinner party I hold,

I should probably invite more than one other guy,

Three or more guests, that’d be gold!

That was my dinner party tonight, farewell and good bye! 😉

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