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April 16, 2014

PRINTER DYSFUNCTION

We bought a new printer.
It acted like feces.
So I wanted to splinter
it in to ten pieces.
Or better yet, hey, what would say you?
Would, say, a thousand-plus pieces do?

In the end, friend, we just said “aw, shucks,”
the device only cost us a hundred bucks.

Yet it frequently couldn't achieve an erection
in flaccidly shunning its network connection.

It eventually worked aft a few languid tussles
and our print projects shirked
barely flexing their muscles.

But worst of all, if you'll pardon the boner:
we didn't enthrall at the cost of the 'toner'.