BON CHEW,

to a new round of Angel Sammy’s and Teddy’s PAW-E-THATON… this time the prompt is this picture:

… and I wrote a poem about a ship and his unhappy passengers what is TRUE. And it is a serious poem (sort of), embarrassing, with a near-death-eggs-perience and fabulous gross…

…so please try not to laugh and to look as serious as me…aaand here we go…

Once there was a family, mother father kid,

who dreamed of a cruise, but that idea was sh*t.

A cruise is eggs-pensive the father noticed that

so he booked day trip tickets on a floating deathly trap.

The ship was old and rusty, Titanic was NOT its name

but what happened later was also called a shame.

The ole iron coffin steamed through the sea

and the waves were high because of the wind what blew.

The Captain of the coffin said he has to inform

all inmates of that steamer, we will get a storm.

The storm came shortly  and that was not worst enough

the helm-engine of the coffin striked and all sat in the dough.

The crew of the coffin morsed for help, that was not bad

but while they waited for rescue the stomachs of the people went mad.

…scary huh? time for a choral … Eternal father strong to saaave….

The shipfolk screamed and started to swear

and pukeritis and chaos was everywhere.

All people tried to waddle over the swaying wreck

to find a place for puking, but they all spat on the deck

The mama tried the same  but I have to confess,

she was an unlucky pitchberd and landed in da mess.

A door what shuttled crazy always to and fro

gave her a big fat bitchslap, the mama went k.o.

Her mother found her later covered with  all that mess

an although she was a trooper her stomach was in distress…

She rescued the mama and tried not to gag

and because she was a lady she puked in her bag.

I know it’s hard but I still can look serious… you too?

A tug came over later and dragged the ship aback

and within two hours they could leave that darned  wreck.

The mama got two stitches, her mother a new bag

and her father vowed never to book on a wreck.

20 years after that  the family got a mail

like all other people ,involved in that fail.

It was from an organization who is on a drugged trip

they tried to collect some money for rescuing the haunted  ship.

The mama first was angry, but then she wrote them back

she sure will give some money but for killing the evil wreck!

so… I made it without laughing…. what’s with you?

Deeear friends, never buy tickets for a floating coffin, what’s cheap goes deep, right? And eggs-pensive because my granny needed completely new papers… it’s gross to show a passport decorated with pieces of your last breakfast…. And since the mama put her paw on that floating death-trap she is haunted with sea sickness forever and ever…

HAVE A FANTABULOUS THURSDAY ALL 

AND

NEVER

BUY CHEAP CRUISE TICKETS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About easyweimaraner

Weimaraner /Braque de Weimar, born in 2009, male & fabulous From: Britanny / France Likes: Plushtoy-Shredding, Spikebones,long distance Walks, everyday a Gift, Chicken, Shoes, Underwear, my squeekie Pig & my whole Life Dislikes: Water, Cats, Beaf, Cats, cleaning my Ears, Cats, the Vet, Cats, Snow & CATS! Profession: Student of psychological War-technics & Terrorism, after my Masterdegree i become to rule the world or maybe to be the owner of toys r us. actually i'm not sure... Status: Single Pets: Hell, NO! i prefer a petfree home. but owner of two slaves for my comfy Misc.: Greencardowner for Masterbed, Master of Beggin, Prince of Thiefs We decided to leave Easy's datas as they were... although we lost him in november 2016, he is still with us.... and his little brother Phenny promised to write on not as Easy the weim, but as an easy Weimaraner... About me: Phenny, born 9/9/2016 a virgo and always fabulous....

41 responses »

  1. niasunset says:

    Made me laugh all this story dear da Phenny! I am same as you human mother, I love sea and sailing but I am sea sick too… To be on the land is beetter…. Thank you, have a nice day, love to you all, nia

  2. Hari OM
    OMD… that was scary and hilarious and nearly made me spill my breakfast – from my lap, not the stomach… Just thought I’d clarify that… hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  3. Oh dear, better to get boats out of your system early in life 😀

  4. Christine says:

    Good advice I love looking at the sea but floating is not for me

  5. Oh NO! Now that was a cruise from hell-o if ever there was one! Sounds like a miracle that your Mama and her pawrents made it through that ordeal ALIVE. I bet everyone who was on that Titanic-lookalike remembers that trip and no doubt they all have NOT set foot on a cruise since! I’m just glad they all lived to tall the tail – I mean TALE! That’s an epic poem though and I know Angel Sammy will LOVE it…….

    Hugs, Teddy

  6. No sailing for me and mom – EVER!

  7. grannyK says:

    That sounds horrible! I am terrified of water so no way would I go on a cruise! Now I KNOW I will never go on a cruise!

  8. Emmadog says:

    My mom loves a nice cruise, but has only been on nice ships. That was a very scary story.

  9. Madi and Mom says:

    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH MYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY WORD that was the sailing trip from ‘hail’!! OMCs
    Da Phenny I commend you for maintaining your serious look through out the poem but I must admit to a itty bitty wee bit of laughter from over here. Not at the horrid experience BECLAWS it was horrid but at your Mama’s recollection. “Captain of the Coffin” and the door ‘bitchslapping’ they mom were just 2 of our favorite lines.
    Please give your Mama our sympathies for this experience AND thank her for sharing it
    Hugs Madi your bfff

  10. kolytyi says:

    OMG, Phenny!!!! I now understand the old saying that “A gentlewoman does not go out without her reticule”. It’s pure wisdom.

  11. Piglove says:

    I can’t breathe! Oh brother, we are snorting here so hard at your poem. Well done – Bravo! I’m off to cancel any future ships in our future here at the Hotel Thompson – LOL. XOXO – Bacon

  12. Brian says:

    That was a fun poem Phenny, bravo pal!

  13. That was very informative poem, it is good to know how to act like a lady using a handbag for … you know.
    Kosmo`s mom

  14. That is scary… CH and I had a similar cruise from hell back in 1995. Never again. And we used to boat a lot after we were married and after the cruise from hell I often had to fight the seasick thing. Glad your Mama was not hurt seriously.

  15. I got seasick reading this!

  16. Charles Huss says:

    What a story. Makes my worst Carnival cruise look good.

  17. Wow! What an adventure. We promise to follow your poetic advice, Da Phenny!

    Woofs,
    Tommy

  18. Lavinia Ross says:

    I have caught up with again, Phenny and family! You have had many adventures recently, although this one doesn’t sound so good. 🙂

  19. Amy says:

    That was great, Phenny. I managed to not laugh. What nerve of that company to send a bill 20 years later. I would have marked it “deceased” and sent it back. Or at least “address not known.” Your choral prayer was very timely, too.

  20. Bella, Roxy and Dui says:

    Very dramatic! We were thinkin’ seasickness right from the beginning..

  21. The OP Pack says:

    Oh dear, that must have been such a terrifying experience for your Mom and her parents. Thankfully they all escaped the horrors of that trip. Maybe one day she can take a cruise on a luxury ship and get over that fear.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  22. haha…Lordy me what a bunch of puky peeps….Guess they won’t buy anything inexpensive again. Cool poem Phenny.

    Shoko and kali

  23. Good one, Phenny! At least it had a better ending than the Titanic!

  24. Idaho PugRanch says:

    Da Phenny you have such a way with words to make the story so vivid in our minds!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

  25. LP says:

    Thank you for visiting us Phenny. 🙂 We agree that cruises can give you,
    “upset tummy syndrome”, which is why our Mama stays clear of them ;p But , we think certain Titanic tickets would have been very expensive so perhaps it is best to stay away from floating coffins altogether 🙂

    the critters in the cottage xo

  26. BOL – it duz sound like a nitemare!

  27. saymber says:

    Kyle and I had a wedding cruise – thank goodness for those bracelets with bumps for your throw-up spot on the wrist….sounds like the mamma needed one….Dramamine patches too! I might try a cruise again but need more gentle waters. We had really rough seas for ours.

  28. Jan K says:

    We think it is best if your Mama stays off any future cruises anyway – no one wants a repeat of that!!!

  29. Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song says:

    Thank you for this wonderful lesson in the form of a poem which means we will never forget it.

  30. That is a sad tale to tell. We can see why your mom wouldn’t want to ever go on a boat again.

  31. You have convinced me to NEVER buy cheap tickets on a floating vomit coffin! BOL!

  32. OH MY! That made me gag a little just reading it! Nope, no cheapy steamboat tickets for me! (oh, and I didn’t smile once….not twice…i promise….)
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

  33. Yikes, that would definitely color one’s sea-experiences. ⛴

  34. dorysbackyard says:

    Scary…sad…and ummmm, let’s just say we may have giggled a bit!
    BRAVO!!!!
    xoxo,
    Rosy, Arty & Jakey

  35. Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

    I tried my hardest not to laugh at the tale of woe and puke, but I failed miserably!

  36. Edie Chase says:

    I may have laughed just a little. I’m glad everyone got off that floating coffin okay. I can’t believe that company sent you a bill after 20 years.

  37. Deziz World says:

    Y, That was a great story poem Phenny. Sorry ’bout the mommy tho’. MOL Big hugs

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

  38. noofmitchell says:

    I chuckled with this one as it reminded me of my own “Voyage of the Damned”. I won the trip to the cruise the Caribbean for 8 days with my husband. 900 out of 1200 passengers became sick. It was the first tropical vacation where people gave a standing ovation when the chartered plane landed in Toronto.

  39. Roman says:

    Dekoracyjne klatki wiodą na strych, tam wymyślono dwie wnętrza i łazienki. Być może jeśli rodzinka jest minimalna pomieszczenie wolno wykorzystać projektując salon. Hej!

  40. Oh no, I don’t have a problem with sea sickness.

  41. MrJackFreckles/Pipo & Angel Minko says:

    Seasick…that happens to petcretary in cars too…UGH.

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