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Poor Santa's Signs of the Times
by Felix LeRoy Perry

Thursday, December 09, 2010
Rated "R" by the Author.
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Sorry seen this picture and just couldn't resist a little tongue in








Poor Santa’s Signs of the Times


You know they say times are getting rougher

And even I can see the signs for sure

Santas going to be downsizing to a mobile home

I just got evicted because I’m too poor


I had to lay off half my elves this year

Wee buggers wanted more pay and less hours

Threatened Santa they’d form a little union

So much for all Santa’s magic powers



Sold off extra inventory in the toy shop

But the IRS says I still didn’t pay enough

The President said we need to work together

Goodness gracious me, I know he has it rough



Mrs. Claus turned out to be such a little bitch

Her sugar cookies were a thin disguise

She ran off with some guy named Jack Frost

It really didn’t come as a surprise



I’m thinking maybe its time I stepped down

Real estate broker said he had an offer over the top

From someone wants to build something called…



The Punjab Easter Bunny Shop!







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Reviewed by Rose Rideout 12/16/2010
How did I miss this one. I can truly see this happening Cuz.

Love ya face Cuz XOXOXO, Rose
Reviewed by Kathleen McDonald 12/15/2010
Everyone is feeling the crunch this year and Christmas has turned into a material wasteland. I wonder if the kids of today think beyond their video games and tecking phones.

Reviewed by Chessly Nesci 12/13/2010
Even Santa has tuff times and has to downsize. I can relate to the sign of the times! Love the photo! Chessly
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 12/12/2010
Awesome poem, Fee. A great mark of the economy, too. Enjoyed:)
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 12/10/2010
ho ho ho... poor Santa. Poorer parents.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 12/9/2010
This is great, Fee, er, uh, Santa...being permanently on the naughty list I should be mad at Santa, but I would feel sorry if his house he did lose...the hell with the elves...let them get unemployment compensation...ed ;-)
Reviewed by D Johnson 12/9/2010
Fee, there may be more truth to these words than we want to recognize...nice work.

Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 12/9/2010
Hahahahaha! Sure is a sign of the times! But you had to be chuckling when you put this one together, Fee....

Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 12/9/2010
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 12/9/2010
LOL Santa you should really invest in some rabbit ears :)
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