Have to wait and see who this could be!
It has been a while since the cat has gone the what to do mile. Though as all I had was a paper clip to amuse. I figured this I could easily use. So what to do has come back once more to my shack. I have to give some dVerse advice and it beats a tack.
What to do, What to do
When All You Have Is A Paperclip To Amuse You!
What to do?
You have become blue.
Boredom has set in.
How can you ever win?
Grab a paper clip.
Keep it away from your lip.
Could get a cut.
Stings like a scratch to the gut.
So move on we will.
Wouldn't want anyone to get a thrill.
Bend the thing and make a shape.
Round like a grape.
Stick up antlers like a moose.
Puckered like a caboose.
Make a chain,
Swing it to cause pain.
Just watch for their eye,
Or any spots that could make them die.
That would be a shame,
If you were to mame.
Pick the nearest lock.
Walk in and cause shock.
Catching them in the act.
You did? Is that a fact?
Or hone your skills.
And test your wills.
The wills of each hand,
There at your land.
Oh where that could go.
Keep your eyes from down below.
I meant make a hockey stick.
Then give a fake puck a kick.
One for each hand of course.
The losing hand gets no remorse.
Later he gets a thrill.
Create a paperclip mill.
Send then down the conveyor belt.
And begin to pelt.
The conveyor belt had a meltdown.
You can't help but throw them all over town.
Balance them on the floor.
Watch as one comes to explore.
Stab them right through their shoe.
A bit violent? I agree with you.
But that is what boredom does.
Makes you do things just because.
Luckily I have all of you.
And now with a paperclip you know what to do.
One little thing can set off a whole post. I am a rather crazy host. So I suppose that is easy enough to come due. I could go on about whatever comes into view. Like that wig lady over there. But would you really care? I mean what to do takes the cake. Maybe I should do one on an earthquake? Or on how to fish for bass. Then maybe I'll get a fishing show starring my little rhyming ass.
Enjoy your winter, smash a printer.