A Sordid Tale

Living alone describes the descent into squalor, slobbishness and quite possibly moral turpitude which accompanies the single state.


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Living Alone

When you live on your own
You let your standards drop
You can even turn into a slob
When you start you cannot stop

But it’s your personnel hygiene
Which will suffer the most
And as for your washing habits
They are of nothing to boast

When you live on your own
Sinking so low you will confess
When your standards are low
Even using the spaghetti test

You can peel off your socks
And throw them at the wall
But you can wear them again
As long as they don’t stick at all

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