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Two lines that rhyme about the post above

 
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Give it a couple of years and you'll think thirteen was a breeze
My grandma used to say, "Fifteen's not an age, it's a disease"
 
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Disease, you say? At least there's a cure.
All you have to do is endure.
 
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This thread is being a cure for us who are stressed
Thank for making it, Rob, you are the best!
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Enduring against daily human stupidity
It may require a beer or three
 
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Also, with Pearl, three cheers for Rob!
He`s good with rhymes and not a snob
 
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Rob's game is too fun,
when there's work to be done!
 
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Work is work and, no doubt, it needs to be done
Attach a BB to it and it becomes much more fun!
 
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Thanks! Yet the credit can't all go to me.
The question thread became a wild rhyming spree.
 
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Rhyme a rhyme, words are such fun,
what signals the end, when is it done?
 
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Did you not watch Shari Lewis and her lambchop friend?
Sing it with me, "This is the thread that doesn't end!"
 
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To know when it ends, simply ask this first:
When is the heat death of the universe?
 
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The death of the universe is far far away,
The garden work needs to be done today
 
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Today is a great day for garden work!
Unless you're okay with an empty fork.
 
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Eat soup with fork?
Too much work!
 
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I dunno, perhaps we should try it?
I cant think of a better diet!
 
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Might help ya get skinny,
Bit could taste rather tinny...
 
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Tinny is a weird taste we all know.
Kinda like pencils, earwax, and Play-Doh.
 
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I ate play dough, crayons, and glue
which probably explains a lot to you!
 
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Kindergarten paste was absolutely the best!
Sweet and salty with just a little zest.
 
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If art supplies were not meant to eat,
then why did God make them taste so sweet???
 
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Consuming media? Its ills are apparent.
Somehow I don't think that's what they meant.
 
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Crayons, paste, naps, clay....
Kindergarten is a buffet.
 
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I'm older and wiser than those days,
I'm now a fan of sushi buffets!
 
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Sometimes eating at sushi buffets
Later requires the use of bidets
 
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A bidet you say? Perhaps for thee!
A composting toilet is the thing for me!
 
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Use a compost toilet? I haven't the resolve.
I'm afraid if I used one, it would dissolve.
 
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Bidet and composting, not mutually exclusive!
Either is really just a bio-re-pooh-sieve
 
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Your clever little ditties about waste are have been persuading
But some people laugh at my compost pile; it's degrading
 
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Of course the pile degrades, that's one of it's jobs,
So ignore them and feed it more corncobs!
 
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I've made jelly and firestarters, from corncobs
But, some folks won't do it, they're compost snobs
 
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Jelly from corncobs is new to me,
but composting toilets are where I pee.
 
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Pee on a plant will earn you a badge bit!
Hold the phone, aim, and try to hit.
 
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Be careful of what "bit" you capture
No extra points for feelings of rapture.
 
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Should one's phone capture something impure,
I s'pose that's what pixelization is for.
 
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No worries of such photos from me.
I live my life cell phone free!
 
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