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Horse's Patoot
by Randy Johnson
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  Every time we go to a costume party, you insist that we go as a horse.
If I was your wife, I'd get a divorce.
I'm beginning to question whether or not you're my friend.
When we wear the costume, you insist that I be in the end.

I'm a man of great substance and class.
I'm getting tired of being the horse's ass.
It's not right that I always have to be in the back.
If you fart in my face again, I'll give you a smack.

People point at us and laugh, and you think we're cute!
You deserve an ass kicking for making me the horse's patoot.

(This is a fictional poem.)
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April 17, 2012
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