Dasier Deep

He wrote the book
"How to Trick your
Some called a Chump
Type punk who wish
to inspire a "Whorish
World within a Couples
Women flocked to his
Semenars, men protested
Them. Woman had Frock
Parties and men protested.
Concerts, shows, and plays
We're inspired to push his
message of what ole folk
Called foreign cation and
Modern hatred of people
Who wished one on one
Coupling. "Traits of Misery
Make each man your Bit$h"
Was written and durning
a televised semenars right
Men in masks pummeled
him while sercurity guards
allowed the action to happen.
The women ju.p the rails and
beat the men and unmasked
them. During the commercial
Break advertisment for
" Your being Deceived right now"
caused an outrage amongst
the protester that a small brawl
Between protesters and counter
Protesters lasted 3 hours.
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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on November 12, 2021

Modified on March 05, 2023

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