Humor Poetry posted November 11, 2016 Chapters:  ...72 73 -75- 76... 

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Cartoon vs. Fact

A chapter in the book Let's Laugh 4


by Barb Hensongispsaca

Aunt Cora was a sheer delight.
so innocent and kind.
She thought one day she'd just go out
and totally unwind.

She saw an advertisement for
a show she'd always liked.
She thought that she would love some fun.
Aunt Cora sure was psyched.

She's always loved the cartoon shows-
Bugs Bunny, Tweetie, too,
Road Runner and his coyot pal ...
the things they thought to do.

Her biggest thrill was Chip and Dale-
those chipmunks made her day.
Their antics that they pulled on screen
was quite a game they played.

Aunt Cora called up Auntie Fran,
who thought she was quite daft,
to want to see a cartoon show.
So Auntie Fran just laughed.

Aunt Cora went all by herself
and much to her surprise ...
there were all women in the line-
no children and no guys.

She took her seat, the lights went down,
she waited for the show.
But what came next were guys in suits
just dancing with the flow.

Their synchronized gyrations thrilled
Aunt Cora to the core.
Then all at once, in one swift move,
their pants laid on the floor.

While all the other women watched
and screamed at what they saw,
Aunt Cora bowed her head in shame-
she was slow on the draw.

What happened to her Chip and Dale
cartoon she came to see?
She found out these were Chippendales
so she stood up to flee.

The nearest guy just grabbed her arm
and pulled her on the stage.
Then as they all 'hipped' up to her
she shouted, "Act your age!"

But soon Aunt Cora realized
she really liked their 'pecks';
and wondered as she danced along
'Where were they playing next?'

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Image is from Wikepedia on the Chip and Dale cartoon series.

'hipped' up-bumping hips
coyot pronounced koy yot (long oo)-short for coyote
Chippendale dancers-erotic male strippers
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