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Published on Jan 7, 2013
Style Invitational Loser Nan Reiner sings the parody she wrote that was published in The Style Invitational, The Washington Post's weekly/humor wordplay contest, washingtonpost.com/styleinvitational. Lyrics below:
When I wear a frock that's sleeveless, And my arm muscles I unfurl, It's not so that I'll achieve less; I enjoy being a girl.
My project entails the Army, And a general whose toes I'll curl, And I don't think it one bit smarmy To employ being a girl.
Who cares that we're both already wedded? I flash him a coy and smoldering glance, And soon I'm successfully embedded, 'Cause the general can't keep his privates in his pants!
And should some conniving female Try to pilfer my purloined he, I'll send her some threatening e-mail. What's the diff? It's not as if she'll sic the feds on me!
Performed at the Style Invitational Losers' Post-Holiday Party, Jan. 5, 2013