In a Sow’s Ear 1-18-10
Anybody else tired of politically correct language? The words and phrases used to be invented to joke about tiresome foolishness and silly activities. Now, it seems the asinine, inane and totally ridiculous are the norms.
There once was a crook who managed
To steal a TV that was damaged.
The man was a cheat
but if you politically speak
You’d say he is morally challenged.
Feisty, Mabel’s labeled
She’ll drink you under the table.
On life she thrives
you could say she’s alive,
Or temporarily metabolically abled.
He once had hair transcendent
you could say it was resplendent.
Now that he’s bald
He’s simply called
There once was a drunk named Quist
who imbibed till he couldn’t resist.
Bragging to a crowd
in a voice over loud.
He’s an anti-sobriety activist.
The cannibals grumbled, whining
their food fare was declining.
this type of eating
Is called Intra-Species Dining.
Dwight lived with dash and resilience
delighting in every experience.
He fell off his horse
And became a corpse.
Now he’s terminally inconvenienced.
“What can a cowboy offer her,”
asked a vegetarian scoffer.
Said the cowboy perturbed,
“The political word –
I’m a bovine control officer.”
To protect the earth from doom and
egregious over consumin’
All people should die
then EPA can sigh
“Ecologically correct humans!”
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