My salad dressing days


Zip, nada, zilch
November 28, 2005, 2:54 pm
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There once was a chick from the city
Who thought herself terribly witty.
Then one winter’s day,
With nothing to say,
She cooed over shoes that were pretty.

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There are many worse ways to spend a day. I’m all in favour of cooing over shoes, myself, especially the rather divine block heeled satin numbers with ribbon detailing currently in LK Bennett…

Comment by Hannah

And friends of the said lady chickee
Thought her shoe thing frightening dippy.
But thinking one day
They would take her away
She fought back, and gave them harsh lippy.

Comment by mark

you might think a girl, name of surly
would consider that shoes were too girly
yet the fact of the matter
is that shoes that foot-flatter
make her go all elizabeth hurley

Comment by surly girl

there once was a girl, named for her dog;

who liked to come visit urban chick’s blog;

she came for the fine company, handbags, and shoes,

and even sometimes to laugh at old togs!

(don’t worry, I won’t give up my day job)

Comment by Kyahgirl

Wifey’s favourite shoe porn site:

http://vivaladivacom.drct2u.com/home.jsp

Comment by Stef the engineer

More Shoes???

;oD

Comment by Aginoth

Yes, Aginoth. ALWAYS more. Never enough.

Comment by Hannah

I desperately love limericks. The non-dirty kind anyhow. Okay, okay, so I love occasional dirty one, too, from time to time. I haven’t written one in frigging forever: you have inspired me to pen one soon.

Despite your title, this is not an empty post. Great poem, UC, and much more witty than I when I have “nothing” to say.

Comment by katiedid




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