Stick It Poesy


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WildSnow reader, Kenan, gets the prize for the cleverest request for WildSnow stickers. What’s the prize? More WildSnow stickers.

by Kenan in ME
I love Wild Snow and I want people to know!!
I’ve stuck all of the stickers I got from my local shop.
I stuck them to my truck.
I stuck them on my neighbors duck.
I stuck them for good luck.
I stuck them on a hockey puck.
I stuck them while I was in a gaper tuck.
I stuck so many I felt like a schmuck.
I stuck them on a gondola pole.
I stuck them on a metamole.
I stuck them on my cereal bowl.
I stuck them on a liftie that looked like a troll.
I stuck so many Santa gave me coal.
When I stuck one on the school bus the driver let out a loud cuss.
He threw a big fuss, he swerved off the road and hit a bridge truss,
So to help me with my woes PLEASE send me some stickers and I will be forever grateful.

Comments

2 Responses to “Stick It Poesy”

  1. AJ January 7th, 2013 9:42 am

    Do you have any of the ” I Ski Uphill” stickers left?

  2. Lou Dawson January 7th, 2013 11:19 am

    Hi AJ, email using the contact link in menu above, we’ll send you the address for you to mail an SASE and then we’ll send you a sticker pack. Lou

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