I Blame It All On TESCO

(or how men lost their status in relationships)

When dinosaurs walked tall on earth,
And Tesco was yet to be…
Women who wanted meat and shit
Relied on chaps like me…
We gathered up our clubs and spears,
And risked our very lives,
To bring back meat and furry skins
So as to get some loving from our wives…

But then, some bollix invented Tesco,
And the Dino’s all died out,
And things got tough the the Land of Love
There was too much competition about.
Now they want us “sensitive”
Yet not be a sissy at all,
We have to love our mammy’s,
Yet if we do, mammy’s boys us they call…

Its a hard life being a fella,
Things were so simple before,
All you risked was your life, and not your pride…
Its not like that anymore…
We risk more than our lives, our very EGO…
Which they love to dent and bruise…
And I blame it all on Tesco…
The War of the Sexes us fellas did lose…

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Comments

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Jeff Dawson

Tue 29th Apr 2014 07:46

This made me smile, good stuff!

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M.C. Newberry

Wed 13th Nov 2013 17:26

Enjoyed the fun in this look at the modern male
condition.

Some men have difficult lives...
Usually the ones with wives!

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Starfish

Wed 13th Nov 2013 08:16

Like the rhyme and the humour of this poem. Great stuff.

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Rose Casserley

Tue 12th Nov 2013 21:23

great poem.x

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