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This poem was written about a friend of mine who was actually caught by his wife while surfing the late night net. I wrote it for him as a gag and it was read at his going away party when he moved on.

A Few Visitor Comments

miho9000
lol, Karen is a lot nicer than mom
jake
i lik this poem it has happened to me
Kae
Way to go, Karen. Just threaten his mouse!
ADRIANA
FUNNY! I LIKED IT!

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Gettin' Caught

Karen started yawning
"Hey Scott, it's time for bed"
"You go ahead" he answered
"I'll surf the net instead"

"You sure love that computer"
Concern rose in her voice
"But why would you go surfing?
You have another choice"

"I'll only be a minute
I've got some work to do
But you know I would rather
Just climb in bed with you"

So off to bed went Karen
And all alone to sleep
While Scotty started surfin'
And the surf was getting deep

Much later she awakened
The blankets seemed so hot
She felt the space beside her
And wondered, where was Scott?

"I wonder what he's doing
I'm getting up to see
He's surely out there dozing
I'll tiptoe quietly"

The keyboard it was silent
The screen tho' flickered bright
What was it he was doing
In the middle of the night?

She crept right up behind him
Then peeked around to see
And on the screen before her
As naked as can be

Were two young lovely women
Endowed in every way
One was named Miss April
The other was Miss May

"So Scott, what are you watching? "
The screen went blank just then
"Ah- nothing really honey
Just news from CNN"

"Oh CNN my eyeball
Those girls had nothing on"
He said "Oh yes I saw them
Their clothing was all gone"

"And that fact did concern me
It made me wonder when
They started going topless
On good old CNN"

"Why I'll just call the network
And make a big complaint"
"Don't bother" muttered Karen
"Cause foolin' me you ain't"

"Those girls were Playboy Bunnies
They're different from their peers
Aside from wearing nothing
They had on floppy ears"

"Was that the Playboy website? "
Scott said convincingly
"Those girls are always naked? ?
That's what you're telling me? ? "

She raised her hand for silence
He knew that he was caught
And further explanation
Would only get her hot

He stood there feeling foolish
Uncertain of his fate
But she just whispered to him
"Let's go, it's getting late"

"Just come to bed now Scotty"
But know that in this house
If you surf the Playboy website
You just might lose your mouse"

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More Visitor Comments (from the Voting form)

Danielle
This is one of the best poems i have read 4 a long time! it was so funny
ashley
this poem was funny and seemed real all the rhymin had me wanted to hear more of wut da author had to say i would give this poem 5 out of 5 good work!
Kjksoafposd
I liked it alot I did it before
Casey
When reading this. it brought me to the past. not to recent ago i caught my husband doing something similiar. I love the poem.
MYCHELLE
THIS POEM WAS FANTASTIC AND SUITS SOMETHING THAT I DID ONE NITE WITH MY EX AND CAUGHT HIM WELL YOU KNOW WITH PORN SITE AS MUCH AS IT BROUGHT BACK MEMORIES. IT WAS FUNNY AS HELL AND MADE MY DAY!. GREAT WRITING TOO. THANKS AGAIN
Laura
That was great! We all enjoyed the laugh. Thanks.
jumanah
its so funny its great i love it
Miguel
Damn, this poem is funny. This happened to a lot of my friends. LOL. Anyways 7 out of 10.
MITCHELL
THAT'S FUNNY BECAUSE ONCE MY FATHER FELL ASLEEP WATCHING P0RN. THATS REALLY FUNNY
Lizanne
Thought this poem was so funny i sent it to my friends. thanks for the laughs
marcus
I liked alot very funny and true
Cheryle
Love it Very funny and oh so true
Janet
That was so good! I really enjoyed reading it. You have alot of talent.
Trupti
This poem is great
mmsarwani
hahahaha, that was hilarious.
Ali
It sure is wicked Fred. I LOVE IT GROOVY! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!
katie
cool poem it was really funny
Sol
I just can`t stop smiling ;-)
Joe_B
Ya Gotta Love it!! Been there, done that, got the T-Shirt! Thanks, Fred...
C.V.
I thought that was the best poem I have ever read! Made me smile from the first line..
Michael
I think this poem is great maybe not the funniest poem i have ever read but it is on a "not talked about" subject i thnk it is great that people are taking the risk to try something new.
Jen
very clever
Luke
its wicked.
Tracey
This is the funniest poem I have ever read! Keep up the good work Mr. Hobbs!!
Theresa
What a great poem! I'll send it to my friends and, of course, my husband!
DONNA
THIS IS AN EXCELLENT POEM. I HAVE SENT IT TO ALL MY FRIENDS.I REALLY ENJOYED IT. THANXS FOR THE LAUGH
wynell
this poem is so hilarious its sure to make you laugh.
barb
I think this is a cool poem.
Lori
I loved this poem...I laughed so hard...thanks for the laugh....keep up the good work....

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