Tarsier Man saw an ad.
Lost puppy of some lad.
So he decided to help,
As the reward made him yelp.
A zillion dollars if found.
So he set out in search of the hound.
He searched under the bridge,
And in some old ladies fridge.
I guess he has a thing for that.
But was scared away by the old bat.
As she came at him with a broom,
But slipped on a mushroom.
Tariser Man is a slob,
As he eats on the job.
The poor lady was threatening to sue,
So he ran from view.
He tripped over a dog walker,
Who was quite the talker.
So he chatted her up,
And amazed her with his theme song hiccup.
Then he swiped a dog,
She had plenty and was in a fog.
He painted it up nice and neat,
From its ears to its feet.
Then went to collect his reward,
A zillion dollars would make him a lord.
He would have his tune sung all day.
From bay to bay.
He went to the lad,
And he became so glad.
But then the pup had a pee,
All over Tarsier Man like he was a tree.
Tarsier Man's suit of bark,
Now had a big wet mark.
He used the mutt to wipe it off,
As the lad began to scoff.
For the paint came off as well,
And things weren't swell.
For Tarsier Man met the dad,
Of the crying lad.
His eyes surely went pop,
And they flew off as his body went flop.
Then he noticed the real pup,
Play with a coffee cup.
So he became wise,
And used his eyes.
Tarsier Man stuck them inside the mutts ears,
And brought him back expecting cheers.
He wanted his dough,
But the father said no.
And let him go,
Telling him to scram from his show.
The kid was nice,
Thankful still for Tarsier Man's eye popping vice.
He thought it was cool,
As the mutt continued to drool.
He gave Tarsier Man the zillion bucks,
Which had pictures of ducks.
Not even a Canadian loonie
Or even better a toonie.
It was play money,
The flip side had a bunny.
Tarsier Man got mad,
And almost lashed out at the lad.
But then he heard,
From a chirping bird.
That someone had lost a dog,
To a dog walker in a fog.
They were offering a big reward.
And that hit a cord.
Tarsier Man picked up his borrowed mutt,
And took off for the hut.
Wanting the reward money,
Thinking it was funny.
How he saved the day twice,
Just by being ever so nice.
Now doesn't that work for you? This crazy nut job coming due once more at my shore. He saved the day by causing the dismay. A running theme with the bugged eyed creep. I don't think his thoughts run too deep. But never the less I guess he fixed the mess. And so another one of his tales have come to pass and it had to be told by my little rhyming ass.
Fill your rummer, get drunk all summer.