Spam Poetics: Yes, I'd Be An Office Boy

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We've got something of a problem with spam comments at The Classical. In a perfect world, we would of course not have all these spam comments, but in this one we're mining these comments for their moments of poetry. As long as there are spam comments, there will be these poems. If you find poetic spam moments in our comments section and are moved to compose, please feel free to email Dave. Today's poem is an examination of bikini operation and privilege by Riley Bingham. The first installments can be found here and here and here.

 

Yes, I'd Be An Office Boy

 

Yes, I’d be an office boy.

put basically,

to learn the software more easily

 

Two notches above junk,

to learn the well-known mint color:

“Warm family, happy family,”

apropos to whatever event is proposed

Indispensable role in female daily life—

the downside here is that you have to learn

to operate Cheap Bikinis for yourself.

 

Keen on generating Major

Update conditions without

failing. Major

Update:

 

you are filthy rich;

limited-edition European sovereign,

Cosmic Blossom collection

rich.

 

Smiling faces of Murakami,

God of Wealth, Fuxing

ringing bells

rich.

 

Up to 30 years in

ralph lauren femme

model

rich.

 

Durable, peremptory.

I am sure you will love it.

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Comments

"Two notches above junk" describes so many aspects of me.

[Excellent work!]

Your poem is beautiful. I like it.
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