• Others 25.07.2007

    Mister Lackey, you’re over weight.
    What did you say, Doctor Paight?
    Your weight is serious! The scale says…
    I can’t make-out a word you say!

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    Mister Lackey, you’re over weight.
    What did you say, Doctor Paight?
    Your weight is serious! The scale says…
    I can’t make out a word you say!

    You need to make a positive change.
    Sorry!…this noise dulls my brain.
    Step away from the scale…over here.
    Don’t mention eating…I can hear.

    Your eating is not my concern.
    Now!…I hear something to learn.
    Why don’t you hear scale noise?
    Doctor, it’s a personal choice.

    Selective hearing is common on scales.
    Yes, Sir! I’m a sucker for a sale.
    Eating is essential to healthy living.
    I understand what you’re saying.

    I weigh two-eighty!–good or bad?
    It’s a way lot less than you had.
    Thanks to a pretty sensitive nurse;
    She said, it’s better than worse.

    My manners are not about to budge;
    Groceries are my favorite bulge.
    Food attraction is what I assume;
    The store and I share a room.

    Mr. Lackey, you’re right about noise.
    Yes, scales notice my fatty choice.
    What you eat…will kill you someday.
    Death is final to everybody’s grave.
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