Get Your Hair Cut
Need your hair done...flowing....edged up...cut to the cue...then you might want to spear head toward the barber shop,
The hair follicles call your name in the breeze...winds whipping through them like a hurricane along a tropical tree line,
But before you go...please remember to wash your hair...it stinks...stinky thing you...hurry the barber awaits your return,
Bamboo forests rest atop your scalp...do you not see all the pandas playing hide and go seek among your density,
But don't let the barber see...he might think you don't wash...grease traps like a busy restaurant fryer,
What do you eat my friend...I can see the hamburgers lying back in hammocks among the palm trees your growing there,
Sandy beaches lie among the outer portions of your hairline...please...I'm begging you...please get to the barber shop,
The barber says it's only ten dollars...it'll be fifty if you let it wait...shampoo and a cut...shave the bear back....go to the barber shop.
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