Saturday, December 20, 2014

Case of the Week 329

Happy Holidays to all of my Readers!

Here is a special holiday poem from Blaine Mathison:

You better not cheat
You better not stray
You better be careful
with whom you play
Santa Crab is coming to town.

He’s causing an itch
making you scratch
with those strong raptorial claws
hard to get him to detach
Santa Crab is coming to town.

He loves it when you’re sleeping
for that’s when he becomes aroused
You can buy up all the permethrin in town
you’ll still have to explain it to your spouse.

O! You better not cheat
You better not stray
You better be careful
with whom you play
Santa Crab is coming to town.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, such a cheerful poem Blaine. And more over, it came just in time for Christmas. Certainly, the crab louse is not a frequent visitor however, it won't forget to make us aware of its presence.
Merry Christmas everyone, here in Florida we can only reminisce "I'm dreaming of a white Christmas, just like the ones I used to know"...

Florida Fan

Fran Salas said...

Crab louse, Pthirus pubis, you can call it "ladilla" in spanish that means "annoying".

Merry christmas from Chile (with snow only at the Andes glaciers)

Chilean fan

Bobbi Pritt said...

Merry Christmas to my Florida and Chilean fans! Parasite Gal.