you have my word.
I know we met online,
But you are hecka fine.
You’re my maple leaf,
You’re my heart thief.
Your red hair
Leaves me unaware
Of where I am
Its totes lit fam.
You hail from way, way, way up North
I really just have to come forth
And say you mean the world to me
For you, I’d climb the tallest tree
Sweeter than some maple syrup
Thoughts of you in my head stir up
Smiles, and my heart’s aglow
You simply make me overflow
With something that I’ve never felt
When I’m with you, I always melt
You’d think I view you like a brother,
But I don’t want any other.
To say this to, so here’s what’s up
I’m Never Gonna Give You Up
That’s so absurdly corny it’s amazing.
You are most welcome.
I had help. Matthew loved it.
I was reading this and thinking that it would have made more sense to write Matthew Bird in as the love interest in “Once Upon a Time, Part 1” until I got to the https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
That’s when I fully understood this poem. Genius!
Dang it, Jeff.
aND I’m hopefully catching up on at least the story thread tonight!
Brooke did most of it.
Lines 11-24, actually
It’s been forever since I’ve talked to you!
Did you make it 35.714285714% of the way through your portion and then go “wow, I’m up to 16 now?”
LIKE A SOLID 2 MINUTES
Uhhhhh yeah, sure
Pure brilliance, Brooke, to end it in such a way as to ensure that it wasn’t an awkward love poem.
I should have picked up on the fact that it was Brooke by the Rickroll…
Thank you, Jeff.
You would not believe if told
That you have just been rickrolled
Whoa, that sounds familiar.
I wonder why
I’d like to make myself believe
It’s from something we made
Ohhh. Maybe that’s it.
What, you can’t deal with our completely un-sarcastic statements, Kristen?
No. I can handle this
But can you handle…
*gestures to grizzly bear riding a unicycle and wearing a unicorn horn made from a paper towel roll and glitter crudely taped to his helmet*
No…I cannot handle that
Neither can the bear. There aren’t handlebars on unicycles.
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