Monthly Archives: August 2008

STATIC CLING

STATIC CLING

DEFINITION 1

Static cling is a property of substances that make them
cling to each other because of opposite electrical charges.
When the conditions are dry and two different kinds of there is an exchange of electrons between the two substances. This exchange of electrons leaves one substance with a positive charge and the other with a negative charge. Basic laws of science state that unlike charges attract, thus the two substances will attract one another, which is termed as static cling.

DEFINITION 2

It is the science
that explains

how couples
who always seem

to rub each other
the wrong way

still manage to
stay together

WHAT ARE THOSE TRAINING BRAS TRAINING THEM FOR

WHAT ARE THOSE TRAINING BRAS TRAINING THEM FOR

It isn’t that women
didn’t have breasts
when I was young

And it isn’t
that I didn’t notice
without of course too much
appearing to notice

But what’s
with all this
in your face
lifting and pointing

All this pairamilitary
upping of the calibers
from 32’s to 38’s to 45’s
all the way to bazooka

From succor and delight
to ready for a fight

And is it just
some harmless plastic
or les explosifs plastique

Perhaps we need to let
the UN inspectors in