Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Markets Are dVerse And A Bit Perverse!

So for dVerse today into some strange markets we will stray. Who knows what will come due. Maybe the cat will even help you find something at your zoo. But if it is one of these, don't tell me or I will send you fleas.

There is a market for this,
There is a market for that.
I guess some need bliss,
Why? Sure beats the cat.

A market for creeps,
Who must have a pair.
They count sheeps,
After buying used underwear.

A market for the wacky,
They are so very strange.
Some may call it tacky,
But buy a bride and make a change.

A market for parts,
From toes to heads.
Even some hearts,
Elephant feet for meds.

A market that is swell,
But could cause you to itch.
You might get sent to Hell.
It is the market of the witch.

A market for a snapper,
Or some big thug.
Must be a trapper,
To get the real crocodile rug.

A market that is nuts,
And really out there.
Must sniff butts,
To buy receipts at your lair.

A market for celebrity junk.
Easy to find in the trash.
Wait for them to get drunk,
Grab their used gum and dash.

A market for the arts,
That will get a rise.
Next in all walmarts,
Giant penis art, no lies.

A market for this,
A market for that.
All bring bliss,
To some strange rat.

Now are you hoarding used underwear away or giant penis sculptures at your bay? Wait! I still do not want to know. Let's keep it on the down low. It might be an answer pass that is too scary for my little rhyming ass.

Experience spring, have a fling.

87 comments:

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    1. It's now # 8
      Still some dread!

      Hank

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    2. Dread you say
      Over Keith ruining your display lol

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  2. The market for celebrity junk can die anytime....

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    1. Yep, needs to go
      Used gum is just nasty at any show

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  3. Used male socks. If you don't believe me, search it up on eBay.

    I wish I was kidding.

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    1. Oh i believe indeed
      Creepy how some things take seed

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  4. Perverse is okay,
    At my bay...
    Just don't be boring,
    Or face Buddha's LOUD snoring!

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    1. Ouch to the ears
      So you give used underwear cheers?

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  5. Used underwear? Elephant feet? Used gum or Walmart Art? I think now is a good time to simplify my life and to not need anything new (or used I should say) from any market ;)

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    1. haha that sounds like a good plan
      Just ditch all the crap in the trash can

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  6. There is a market for things weird
    Wonder where to find a bluebeard
    On eBay?
    Quite ok!
    At least things there are regulated

    Hank

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    1. Well you can find a ton there
      And the darknet is the other lair

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  7. the market is what we make it
    slinging our dollars here and there,
    money makes the flow & feeds production,
    our desires draw us ever on into our own
    destruction.

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    1. That they do
      Where we buy what is in view
      Because it is so grand
      Except some of the creepy stuff across the land

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  8. Sounds like there is a market for everything under the sun
    I want a market for ice cream, now that'd be fun :)

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    1. Well I'm sure there is one of those
      But who really knows

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  9. We do the market and the market does as we want.
    It's just you look a bad product that we like: it will make successful, because we like! Cigarettes, for example, only hurt, but people buy. And in the true they are buying their own diseases...

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    1. Yep, people buy their own disease
      Why not just go out and buy fleas

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  10. Always a place to spend your dough
    Take along Larry, Curly and Mo
    Buy merchandize new or old
    Shop all day if I may be so bold
    The farmers market and the Hoots
    Will even sell you their new boots

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    1. haha want the dough
      So away they go
      Sell their boots and walk home in barefeet
      Might not be so sweet

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  11. I''ll buy used
    whenever I can
    but underwear and socks
    should be thrown
    in the bin.

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    1. Not for the chinese
      I guess used underwear can please

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  12. I almost bought my sister the huge book of penises as a joke, but it was $20+ and I'm too cheap to pay that much for a joke. Are you ashamed of me now? LOL

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    1. lol well almost doesn't quite count
      Might be ashamed if you spent that amount

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  13. My husband got a joke gift recently, and everyone was awaiting his reaction. Never one to let the masses get to him, his reply was so witty everyone lost it...and the joke was on them. Penis material may have been involved (his family has a very 'off color' sense of humor. ;)

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    1. haha that is grand to do
      I err umm the cats do it every year to all at christmas at our zoo

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  14. Used gum has a great demand when it comes to landfills

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    1. That is were all should go
      And never at ones show

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  15. Buying used underwear? Ick! Maybe there shouldn't be a market for some things. lol

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    1. Shouldn't be indeed
      But sadly many take seed

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  16. As long as people want to sell something, and some others want to buy it, I don't have any issue. The problem is when we have wrong kinds of markets, like those for human body parts meant for eating, smuggled animals or for pedophilia etc.

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    1. Yeah those are just nasty ones
      Going all illegal by the tons

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  17. A market for farmers
    Sheep rearing charmers
    A market for fleas
    To put you at ease
    A market for all things
    Even strings
    A market for poetic poop
    Here, have a scoop.

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    1. Penny can chow down
      She gets that crown

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  18. No doubt, there are some strange people out there!

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    1. Strange here there and everywhere
      I avoid at my lair

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  19. Market to buy the receipts
    with lottery for $100
    anybody?
    LOL ~ r ~ us

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    1. hmmm that may work
      If you can find a wacko who thinks it is a perk lol

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  20. Yes, and those markets keep sending us the spam!

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    1. Spam they like to give
      And they make it sound like you need it to live

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  21. People sure do hoard and buy strange things!

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  22. orlin & cassie:

    a market for snapper !!!!

    we R ther :)

    ~~~~ wunder if we can get it by de pound or de case....we haz knot had good snapper in a while....red snapper, mutton snapper, lane snapper...course sea bass haz knot been on de menu late lee either N ~~~~~

    sorre guys we bee thinkin out loud two day....




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    1. You are hard up at your sea
      Soon Burds will only hang from the food tree
      You will have to get a market going
      So not just burds are showing

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  23. If you can sell it then there is a market for it

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    1. That there is
      With the selling biz

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  24. haha... there's a market for almost anything under the sun... ha - no used underwear for me please

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    1. A wise move indeed
      None of those for any feed

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  25. There is a market for this and a market for that
    Makes my head spin a bit wondering where it's at.
    Happy Tuesday to Pat and the Cat!

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    1. haha yeah can be hard to find
      Some are truly one of a kind

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  26. Makes me so glad I'm DIY
    Keeps me from buy, buy, buy
    Especially junk from a pig sty
    That makes me ask why, why, why

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    1. Well others ask why
      Some buy, no lie

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  27. But never I kind find my bliss
    as markets offer collagen
    if all i crave is a simple kiss
    I will become a theologian

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    1. A simple kiss
      You may hope some miss

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  28. Where did Elizabeth see that book?
    I think I'd like to take a look.
    No worries, though
    I'll keep my perversions on the down low.

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    1. haha leave it to you
      Going all gutter at my zoo

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  29. Those markets sure don't sound like our cup of tea and I would rather not hear any more myself. Too funny. There really is a market for used Underwear. Ewwwww. Take care.

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    1. Yeah avoid them in every way
      Or you may not have a very nice day

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  30. You must be talking about The Final Member
    We did go see it.
    We took the bus so at least no fender bender
    to fulfill our "weird" quota with that hit.

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    1. Weird quota for the week
      Is easy when you seek

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  31. Not the cheap walmart art, but there is market for art
    and junk and celebrity madness too ~

    Have a good day Pat ~

    Grace

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    1. Yep,it's all around
      Even the dung of a celebrity hound

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  32. Buying used underwear?!? That's just....ugh.

    www.modernworld4.blogspot.com

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    1. Nasty as nasty can be
      But many do it across the sea

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  33. The celebrity junk can be worse than the used underwear

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    1. Very true
      I don't even want to know at my zoo

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  34. After all of these type of markets
    Now I know why I do not like to shop
    I'd rather avoid the markets and save money
    Then be caught at some of these bops.

    betty

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    1. Yeah save your dough
      The much better way to go

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  35. The strangest 'celebrity junk' that I heard of was William Shatner selling his kidney stone, even if it was for charity.

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    1. Yeah that was just weird indeed
      Not sure who'd buy that for even bird seed

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  36. Always a market for this or that
    even a man's tank top with pics of a cat
    now, that is what I need to buy for Pat
    stylin away as he does yoga on his mat

    ok..I had to write that at your show
    it is pretty funny as you know...still laughing..

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    1. haha yeah funny indeed
      Here at my feed
      Cats galore on a shirt
      At least it comes with no litter dirt
      And shirt is off for yoga too
      Just gets in the way at my zoo

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  37. The parts market is the one that scares me the most. What if my elbows are desirable to someone else? Am I at risk? Let me go lock the doors.

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    1. Yeah you have to watch out for that
      But they usually get travelers and dead people at their mat

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  38. My daughter likes to think there is a market for her handmade paper jewelry and coloring pages on eBay. I tell her that I have them listed, then pass her a few nickels once they "sell". I don't have the heart to tell her that no one in their right mind would ever really buy them lol.

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    1. lol what a nice thing to do
      Then you just go hide them at your zoo?

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  39. Do they have a market for your silliness??? I think I will create one!

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    1. haha do I get paid?
      Sounds like a fair trade

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  40. Sure, there's a market for most things, but used underwear? That's just creepy!

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    1. Creepy as can be
      But they like it across the sea

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  41. Nice to hear about the markets for all the things!

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    1. If the not so nice
      And the high price

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  42. So i have a way to get rid of my old underwear and make money

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    1. There you are
      Money maker at your bar

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