Topless Hamsters of Popcorn Foreplay


Marty Mcfly
Jesus looking constipator.
Kevin Bacon
outperformed you
as a

 Mr. Fauci,
a renowned
urinal stall masturbator
I mean
Taco Bell.

 Kanye’s interviews
remind me of
popcorn foreplay
“psychiatric asparagus.”

 Matthew McConaugheys voice
sounds like
topless hamsters
torturing tofu
doing backflips
near the Mississippi river.



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57 thoughts on “Topless Hamsters of Popcorn Foreplay

    1. Thank you, Nat.

      I’m glad you see and understood this message.
      As you know I live near Hollywood Babylon. I experience and observe what goes on in the dark side of celebritism and its propaganda.

      My mission is to expose but, flow in the nonsensical humor that plays into pop culture and the masses idolizing icons.

    1. The true artist is not proud: he unfortunately sees that art has no limits; he feels darkly how far he is from the goal, and though he may be admired by others, he is sad not to have reached that point to which his better genius only appears as a distant, guiding sun. ~ Ludwig van Beethoven

    1. hahahahaha!!!! Thank you, Kindra.

      I got 2 more poems like this and next week will be the last and then, my writings will shift into a more weirdly place and full of things unexpected. 🙂

      I’m glad you got a kick out of this. 🙂

          1. YASSS! Love this song! I love Fleetwood Mac. I’ve seen them live three times. The last concert was the full line up, and I took my daughter, who is a HUGE fan. It was beautiful to share that experience with my girl.

            1. I’ve never seen Fleetwood Mac in concert, but I really want to. Hopefully, soon or near future. The only reason I thought of sending you this song – was because I watched ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 and this is played throughout the movie. 🙂

              I’m so happy and glad your daughter is a big fan of their music. Fleetwood Mac is always promising. 🙂

              1. Oh, my glob, I love Guardians. Hey, we’re like our own special guardians of the galaxy, spreading love and light. ❤

                1. Baby Groot is the cutest thing about the movie. He made the movie. Believe or not, the movie made me cry and for one reason only.

                  Let’s just say; I relate a lot with Peter Quill and his loss for his mother. And his dad the whole time was Yondu. He may have not been blood related but, he at least was a father to him. And just like my grandpa, he may have not been blood related but, my grandpa was always there for me and my best friend. 😦

  1. Well, crap! I don’t know what else to say about what you’ve written here, Charlie. Too much crap; we’re drowning in crap and you come along and name it so well. You calls them as you sees them, my friend, and I applaud! Keep on pointing out the crap!

  2. Another hilarious piece of art.
    Charlie, you are the ultimate craftsman , shaping your words into wonderfully worded art.
    Love all these awesome sentences and how they are all so cleverly done.
    😂😊 ingenious my friend !

    1. Thank you, Jade.

      When it comes to titles and the poetry itself.
      The reader must be curious of what the title is just like reading a title from a movie.
      As the viewer or reader reads along, then the perception of the poem/movie becomes a whole new world of unexpected twist and turns.

      That’s how I see it…but, there’s different perspectives out there. 🙂

  3. You had me at… “Mcfly you’re smarter than Fran drescher”! Oh Charlie. Charlie Charlie Charlie! This is marvelous. The introduction is so hilarious and intelligent, it’s expressive and impulsive and BRILLIANT. And the ending! “well, add some ground pepper, shoelaces, playboy magazines, & Jon Bon Jovi, you’ll be good.” I fell out of my chair this was so good.

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