Ode to Prof Plum(m) By The Colonel Yis Yis Yis

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Ode to Prof Plum(m) By The Colonel Yis Yis Yis

Post by Gmemg » Tue Dec 12, 2017 10:27 pm

AN ode to Prof Plum (M) By The Colonel

Or Childish H****d By Lord Biro

Born in a stable behind an Old Pub
A life full of Fun & Rubber Dub Dub
Later Red Faced & a Bit of a Tub
when older he Vists a Gay Club !

Prof Plum the worthy Name he uses
But at home a Bottle he abuses
Gayness his Curse a sad life he chooses
Anger his Nurse now drinks all the boozes !

With parents to Literary Oxford he does wend
But Dons know a Wally and a No they do send !
So Obscure dull Coll now does he try
And soon a "second" is the best he can Cry

The TMF he rules from Afar
usually not far from a Bar
Then St Rob on the Horizon he spies!
The Truth to be told and give not a Fie "

St Rob is Unseated a New Forum to Build
The Prof is now fully Rile'd
Threats & Blackmail he does Issue
The Colonel's There with a Tissue !

So Much Laughter does the Prof Provoke
It's almost too much for that bloke
large Hankie tears of fun does Mop
Says The Colonel "he's The Tops"

The Moral to Mere Mortals is abundantly clear
If Hassle to Saints & Colonels you Bear
And Rhyme your Weapon of choice
"Must Try Harder" is the Motto i Voice !

and here's the Video

Estott : "An Ancient Half - Mad Uncle "

My U - Tube Channel is : http://www.youtube.com/user/EMGColonel

Corruption in the CLPGS :
The Seven Social Sins are:
Wealth without work. Pleasure without conscience. Knowledge without character .Commerce without morality. Science without humanity. Worship without sacrifice. Politics without principle.

Money. Greed. Naivety. Falsehoods. Exploitation. Welcome to the wonderful world of gramophones!

"He has as much comedic talent as the Straight man on a Linguaphone record "
Si vis pacem, para bellum Der Morgige Tag Ist Mein

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