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Mistake
 Roast Beast sandwich twas once a cow go moo a thing of beauty once removed from life to give me life to course between my veins and fall to earth to die a second death after attacking me to make my methane odors of remembrance of cow become the heat at night to comfort me. Eye remember cow she was so nice with eyes so shiny brown. She butted calf away go eat some grass she cried she loved her calf. The beef in sandwich moos and lives in me again eye die a little slower now the body grabs at cow and thinks it has a chance to live again. Within the meat is protein so necessary to a life to live. The gas is different now quite happy to be alive again the methane lives the odor of a thing gone happy in its death. The cow did not die in vain we had the time to eat the meat it lives again in happy realms inside of me this time the end is plain the death of cow go moo explained. A man that cannot drink should possibly not eat the meat is just as bad as alcoholic drink the thing that eye endeavor to accomplish could be done with buns instead of beast the flavor of the bread is never blood or red how come the people of the factory do not make the bread with meat flavor and red food color to symbolize the beast at hand the carcass and the curses the magnificent steepled churches proclaiming here is the dead bread come and eat our red dead bread. Perhaps it was a mistake to play with food when so just a younger man become the gas the methane blast the leakage and the spoilage the last thing eye was taught by the gambler was to let the cards lie where they lay to make a spread of three over four down the game is played today called seven up how strang a thing the cards are never worn but outside in the field the cow is red she gives her life to feed the factory. She has to be then packaged up to get to eye she gives it up a life of cow so nicely done a sliced delay of wishes she was still out eating hay. Perhaps mistaken was the factory they could have made my sandwich out of whey.


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