Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout
would not take the dog hair out.
She’d scour the graveyards for brains for her jams.
And hit the free clinic for more dental dams.
And though her pimp would scream and shout
She simply would not take the dog hair out.
And so the dog hair piled up to the ceilings.
And, as it did, grew consciousness and feelings.
It grew eyeballs and ears and even a heart
and a nose it regretted when the pimp ripped a fart.
Dog hair covered the floors and it covered the walls.
And grew hands to scratch its big hairy balls.
And one day when Sarah came home from the store
It hairy tongue kissed her and she wanted more.
And so they were married in the little town square
And nine months later she gave birth to some hair.
So remember the tale of Sarah Stout
And always, always take your dog hair out.
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