Liver Bit Dangerously – a Really Awful Laugh!


Laughing hyena

 

When hyenas near to a river

Do a ‘Stand and de-liver’, then,

To tear your guts and eat your liver,

They’d be acting as highwaymen?

 

After that, if thirst overcame them –

Salty livers for this one would thank –

On their way, one can hardly blame them

For laughing all the way to the bank!

© Colonialist September 2014 (WordPress)
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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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22 Responses to Liver Bit Dangerously – a Really Awful Laugh!

  1. haydendlinder says:

    That was beautifully horrid. Thank you Col.:)

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  2. The Asian says:

    I can’t say that I like hyenas at all, they’re such strange creatures

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  3. calmgrove says:

    Hi! Hi! Hi, Ena!
    Ha! Ha! Ha!
    Who, who, who’ve you eaten?
    Bah, bah, baaah…

    PS
    Yes, I know, it should be ‘Whom have you eaten?’, but I take my authority from the film ‘Ghostbusters’ for the grammar.

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  4. guyportman says:

    One of the good things about the UK is we don’t have hyenas. They are remarkable if rather unpleasant beasts with the hardest bite of any animal if I am not mistaken. No doubt there are even greater dangers in South Africa than hyenas.

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  5. misswhiplash says:

    Not much can be said about hyenas that laugh
    except not to meet one that would bite me in half.
    second thoughts…..that way I, d lose weight and be a bit lighter
    but I would not be happy and certainly not brighter

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  6. suzicate says:

    Hyenas look scary enough but your words make me never EVER want to come across one!

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  7. I hope I never see a hyena. Nasty creatures.

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  8. Colline says:

    I think they would be highwaymen of a sort 🙂

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