See Spot sniff Jane’s face, then move down to Jane’s crotch.
See Mr. Spot throw his head up and howl.
Poor Mr. Spot is grieving. He smells Jane.
See Dick come running. Dick is now working and he has brought whiskey.
See Dick pour whiskey on Jane.
Jane had conked out on drugs, tripped, broken off one tit, and been ass-f**ked by Dick earlier that day
before he had to report for duty as a cop.
See Spot start licking Jane’s face for the whiskey.
See Jane wake up to a brand-new day.
See Mr. Spot take a leak on Jane. Hear Dick say, ‘Good boy, Mr. Spot.’
See Dick arrest Jane for lewd behavior and public intoxication.
See Dick watch Spot run away as Dick sings, ‘Jingle Ball, Jingle Ball..‘
Watch Dick get a promotion. See Jane go to jail.
So much for that fucking going up a hill to fetch a pail of bullshit.
See Dick start singing, ‘We are the World, we are the People‘ and get hit in the head by a boot stolen
from an old lady then thrown by some angry poet.
White Trash Ordinary Day for everyone.
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