Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Are They Here To Stay This Holiday?

When you mingle and feel that holiday tingle, when you hug and feel that little itty bitty love bug, when you drink and be merry watching a movie starring a green Jim Carrey, know you are giving cheer to things that are nasty, I fear.

On a cool holiday night,
Under the bright moonlight,
You sway and kiss.
Christmas is bliss.

You shake and hug,
Even some old lug.
You drink from the same mug,
And awww get another hug.

Eat food many have breathed on.
Drink until the coming dawn.
All seems like lots of fun.
Fun to little invisible things as they run.

A new host or three!
They dance with glee.
Bet they sing a show tune,
Jumping to you from a spoon.

And you don't even know.
You still have your cherry glow.
Still have your head in the sand.
Isn't fluoride oh so grand?

Stick to what they tell.
Listen to the "Merry Christmas" bell.
Give Santa a ho ho ho,
He sure has a sparkly glow.

But it all the commotion,
Be sure and acknowledge your promotion.
You have just become a host.
Be mighty proud at your coast.

A host to what you ask?
Well you may want to get the flask.
For you will surely cringe.
Just don't reach for any syringe.

You are host to parasites!
Oh holy nights.
You have little creatures inside you.
Sorry, even in 1st world countries it is 100% true.

Aches, pains, chills, cold hands, foggy head,
No energy when you get out of bed?
Oopsy, you are kind of pregnant at your sea,
And your dozens, if not hundreds, of tiny parasites dance with glee.

Isn't that what you want to hear this time of year? Twice a year you are supposed to de-worm your dog or cat and yet humans are, in most cases, way more fat. What do you think the parasites like more? Give you three guesses at your shore. But enjoy low energy, pains, aches, chills, foggy head and extra gas. I'll stick to being a parasite, as free as can be, little rhyming ass.

Later all, have a nice fall.

93 comments:

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    1. Without a break # 11
      The goings uneven!

      Hank

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    2. Made some updates
      but it came off different
      Tried to backtrack of late
      but it was insistent
      Will try again
      Hoping it'll change!

      Hank

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    3. Hopefully it will work
      Blogger can be a jerk

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  2. Very nice and interesting poem. You're pretty good at it

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  3. “Little creatures inside you, host to parasites”
    Amenable to everyone needn’t have to take sides
    Attack without mercy
    It is plain to see
    They live off the host a big laugh out of sight

    Hank

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    1. They laugh with glee
      As they burrow into thee

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  4. I follow your blog now! In a few days it will be Christmas... so...
    Merry Christmas!

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  5. Omy Pat!
    I prefer dont think in that:)

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    1. lol don't think
      As they squirm within like water in a sink

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  6. Funny stories all could tell
    Walk with worms, deny pell mell
    Feed the worms good holiday food
    Puts them in a sparkly mood

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    1. As they squirm about
      And all scream and shout

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  7. There is a lot of weirdness
    Wrapped 'round the Christmas thing
    What can I do but be a Jew
    The dreidle song I'll sing!

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    1. Yeah some are strange
      But with some spare change
      You can have some fun
      Dirty gifts for everyone

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  8. I'd with this was an allegory
    Rather than a worm-ridden story,
    And who can tell the cat it's too gory?
    He'd just say "No guts no worm glory!"

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    1. haha guts turn gory
      The moral of the story
      So swim with or rid the worms
      Those are the terms

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  9. Is kind of pregnant like a little bit pregnant? lol....

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    1. lol you saying there`s no such thing
      As kinda at ones wing haha

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  10. A parasite host? Ugh! That gave me the willies. I keep imagining a sci-fi movie..like Alien.

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    1. haha well they don`t get that big
      May get as long as a twig

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  11. eat food everyone has breathed on....errr...
    ok, so many be you gave me a bit of your OCD
    cause you just ruined christmas dinner for me....

    unless i hit the egg nog first,
    in which case, none of this matters as i wont
    remember.

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    1. haha may want to get in the egg nog
      And be a bit of a hog
      Get your fill
      Then no ocd will come to make you feel ill
      Maybe the next day though
      As a hangover could show

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  12. Embrace those little bugs and make merry with all those lugs. Who knows what they'll bring this year, swimming inside your jolly tear. :) ~ Jess

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    1. Embrace and get rid of each day
      Flush the little suckers away

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  13. So true with the germs this time of year
    I blame it on the extra sugar we consume
    So if we stay away from it (yeah right)
    we won't be subject to gloom.

    betty

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    1. Diet is key
      To not have germs stick to thee

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  14. And here I thought it was going to be a pleasant post but oh no, we have to talk about parasites which by the way, blood is their favorite.
    Have a great day Pat.

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    1. haha the cat had to go there
      He needed to warn every lair

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    1. Bringing holiday cheer
      By telling all to make parasites come out their rear lol

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  16. Well Cat, I'll have you know that thanks to you I regularly do a de-worming diet. I use fennel, coconut and papaya seeds. That first week sure was strange, but after that I had less of those pesky critters filling the commode. Along with my whole foods diet, I have so much more energy. I'm never going back to processed shite.

    I make this killer tea every morning from fresh Ginger, lemon and honey. You wouldn't believe the boost you get from it. AND it strengthens the immune system.

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    1. lol oh yeah it is as strange as can be
      What you are bound to sea
      Those suckers are in us all
      But few wise up at their hall
      That will sure keep them away
      And yeah that processed shit can be thrown in the bay
      That sounds like a good tea too
      Could always use some energy with my crummy body at my zoo

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  17. Did you seriously just write a post about this?! Not only am I itchy, but now I feel imaginary things crawling around my behind. I mean, for the love of God!!! This wasn't necessary.

    ...and where the heck do you eat that people breathe on your food?!?!?!?! Bleh. Gag. Barf.

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    1. Sadly, I may skeeve your ocd
      As those crawling things may not be so imaginary lol
      They may be in you
      Through and through
      Just so you know
      But then only once a month you go lol
      People breath and food is near
      =they breath on it my dear lmao

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    2. I shouldnt have came back to read your response right before bed. Nightmares it is for me...sigh

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    3. lol well now you know
      So you can make them go

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  18. We've never seen any movie with that human, but ya never know!

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    1. You never know
      May have to give it a go

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  19. Parasites one can escape
    staying at his/her cape
    holding a glass of % to tolerate.

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    1. A glass of alcohol you say
      Have to be mighty strong on display

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  20. Merry Christmas to you, Pat! I watch that movie staring a green Jim Carrey with my kids every year. Enjoy the rest of your day.

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    1. Hope a merry christmas is had at your pad
      Only seen that version one with the Jim Carrey lad

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  21. ha - i don't mind hosting a few parasites as long as they don't eat all the christmas cookies ya know...smiles

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    1. lol they like those though
      It will make them glow

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  22. I watched the original Grinch and was mighty glad but thinking of those pesky parasites just made me sad. I will raise a glass and thump them on their ass!

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    1. The way to be
      Knock them into the sea

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  23. Does this mean I have to buy (or make)
    Gifts for stow-aways in my lake???
    Just teasing; I hope I have none
    Regular detoxing is so much fun
    Hopefully I'm not entertaining any unwanted guest
    In my little corner of the west

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    1. Hopefully not indeed
      They can sure take seed
      And are nasty buggers once in
      Always wanting to win

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  24. orlin N cassie

    at thiz point, we due knot care who shows up for de holly dayz as long as itz knot that bass terd turkee

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    1. You may be outta luck
      Could be a duck?

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  25. I once knew someone who swore by regular colonics. Supposedly somehow we have worms in our systems and the colonics get them out. I don't want to think about worms...

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    1. haha well they may be there
      Can get them just about anywhere

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    1. Good to do
      3 times a year at ones zoo

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  27. I know about them, eat the right things and they stay away

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  28. Hmm, sounds like you could turn those little parasites into a pretty good sci fi story.

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    1. Probably could do that indeed
      Could be a fun read

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  29. I got no pets, no deworming or parasite to fling about ~

    Have a good week Pat ~

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    1. Doesn't mean a thing
      Still easily could be at your wing

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  30. Well if I have guests
    They need to pay rent
    No free rides here
    Their dollars will be spent

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    1. Or they will make you spend
      The going health trend

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  31. Lucky my dog hasn't really had any problems with those

    as far as anybody knows

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    1. Hopefully none come do
      Can see them in poo

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  32. Deworm the dog...oh dear gawd that sounds awful. I just got a dog a month ago and I didn't know about this. I must do more research. *runs off in search of google*

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    1. Wait until you see what you see
      It will cause no glee

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  33. I am due for another round of deworming in February. I hope I don't get too many hitch hikers this holiday season!

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    1. Hopefully not
      As they can easily be caught

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  34. I don't think I will be a nice host
    to these unwanted visiting guest
    need to ship them to another coast
    get rid of them and be filled with zest

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    1. Well when you flush them down the loo
      Another coast is due lol

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  35. I know what you mean about eating food many have breathed on....and sometimes putting something on my plate that some kid has probably coughed on too!

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  36. I was just reading something recently about the benefit of a 'cleansing'. I'm thinking I'll wait until after the holidays before attempting to do this.

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    1. Yeah you might want to wait
      As it can sure cause grief when you kill them as that they hate

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  37. Well, this is an original Christmas rhyme ~ cracking me up, Pat!!! And it's very true! Half the people I know are sick with the crud, and I'm still dealing with it, although I'm out and about now. I often think that I have a universe inside myself with trillions of inhabitants ~ good, bad, and ugly! Have a good day, and stay healthy at your bay!

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    1. Yep, kill those suckers and all is grand
      Can run about the land

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  38. hahaha, what a clever way to nail all the holiday partying. you never cease to impress!

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    1. Glad i can impress
      Worms are anyones guess lol

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  39. Yikes, my dogs never have needed deworming
    thankfully....I think finding worms in their feces
    would be positively gross.

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    1. Gross it is indeed
      Seen them with the cats at my feed

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  40. No way, no how will you ever see me drinking from the same cup for someone else. so gross

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    1. Yep, nasty as can be
      Avoid that at my sea

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