To-ho-tally random non-prose

Posted: December 9, 2008 in random
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Don’t you wish you could use the bathroom

Just when you’re stuck in a traffic jam 

or when you’re in a meeting

or in the middle of your first cat fight

or about to go in but get an important call


or perhaps when you’re afraid to lose your place in a queue

or at a friend’s wedding when she’s about to say she does

writing a test; or just failing it because you can’t use the bathroom?



Quick  Edit:

Oh my God!!!!I wrote this (ahem) poem fully inspired by my own need to use the bathroom at a very inappropriate time. And then somebody posted it on their own site…I haven’t yet figured out if they did it as if it was their own thing but there’s no credits so I’m feeling very up-in-arms right now… you can see it here.

  1. Shz says:

    just saw the blog.. quite a Woody Allen you got there! hehe
    Great books too. True abt Austen. Atonement you finally read it?! I still dint watch Twilight.. But True Blood is amazing. books are here..jst no time to read with these tests..

  2. vishwa says:

    this has to be the best poem on human bowel movement ever, not that there are many!!! totally understood the essence of these lines coz i’m kinda the mayor of the place where we relieve ourselves!

  3. Akshay says:

    to-ho-tally sums up my feelings! empathy et al when i read that failing-the-test line coz of certain (ha ha) experiences in the test-past!!;)

  4. Jeevan says:

    ha ha worth a good laugh n all true too. unlike u gals though i’m takin an important call standin up. great job KanKan you just keep doing your thing.

  5. johnny says:

    mbCpU5 Thanks for good post

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