The Three Ps
I'm sitting at my stall in the Fair right now
Selling my crafts to make a little dough
Business is slow and my mind's slipping away
To another Craft Fair back on another day
There was this lady, she made wonderful things
`COUNTRY CRAFTS' she called herself - has a nice ring!
At the end I asked her if she'd done okay
She said she'd be glad to be going home that day!
Said she'd had nothing but `Three P's'
`Three P's'? - what's that mean please?
People who 'ooh' and `aah', don't buy a thing and walk off
They're the `Three P's'
They `Pick it up', `Put it down', and `Piss off!'
Well I had to laugh, I had to smile
For this lady had class, she had some style
And to hear these words just come out
I laughed to hear what her`Three P's' were about!
Anyway back to business, people looking interested too
Lady's picked up a picture,and saying `ooh'
She's asking her husband and the kids
If she buys it I'll make quite a few quid!
She's picked it up and turned it about
She's really interested, there is no doubt
But no! she's putting it down, walking away, if you please!
Oh I could shout!
She was just one of those `Three P's'!
(Oh! `Piss off' then please!!)
Comments on this poem/writing:
|barb (220.127.116.11) -- Sunday, November 24 2002, 03:14 am|
so their is a name for them.I just called them jerks but the three "P's" are better. This made me chuckle cap. very good cap
|LinzAy (18.104.22.168) -- Thursday, November 28 2002, 12:41 am|
That was so....cute? i dont know what word i'm looking for. But i'll hafta remember that! Definitely.
|Sheila (22.214.171.124) -- Wednesday, January 29 2003, 04:55 am|
I liked this poem. It's pretty funny. I'm glad to find a name for those people
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