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In Poem on December 27, 2011 at 8:37 PM

Inspired by Prison Break’s character Theodore ‘T-Bag’ Bagwell who used “Elmer’s Glue” in one of his dialogues.

You’re Elmer’s Glued in my mind;
I can’t resist your Polaroid smile in my waking life.

I feel the Sprite chill when you’re around;
And my heart agreed you’re Magnolia Cupcaked in my dream.

When will you Tiffany, down on your knee?
My Rolex will not fail me, it’ll be tonight, it better be.

  1. This is an amazing poem. I love the play on words. The brand usage is so funny!

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