and another thing, you’re just dressed in a t-shirt.
but I’m home alone in my couch.
but it’s shameful. God will condemn you,
God doesn’t care what I wear at home.
and you should be ashamed
well, you might have something there. I don’t have the body
of a thirty year old,
of yourself and cover your shame.
and I can’t imagine God made this body, and look at you
you’re just a skeleton in a Puritan outfit.
Well, I’m dead you know.
That you are, and besides some nights even a t-shirt is too
much clothing, but I can’t take it off all because of you
damn puritans - thank you very much.
That’s one thing you Puritans gave to America.
Shame, thank you very much.
You’re welcome. What’s America?
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