Sunday, March 31, 2013
Promise Liars & more
This piece of poetry, art and culture has yet not been published. Written 28 March 2013.
Google Translate & Dictionary.com have as usual been a big help in translating.
© Winterally Olle Johansson
The Promise Liars
A guy, Carl, hinted one day that he may very well get married to that lovely girl, Sillfy. He even told her parents so during a swell wet dinner in their home. He even gave Sillfy’s mum a hug in the kitchen with a wet kiss on the mouth. A few months later, though, after dear little Sillfy had f..d around high on drugs and knocked out by drinks, became pregnant with a swelling belly, but with an unknown father. In a desperate drug rush, Sillfy urged Carl to marry her: “Marry me darling, I love you so much, come on let’s do it now!”. Carl though got much bigger ears and took notice of the circumstances and consequently said “Bye bye, baby, f…you!”. Not long time were wasted before the parents showed up. “Hey man, you’re a liar! You promised to marry our daughter! Now you’re going to pay you bastard!”
Here’s a good example of sytan in the flesh. Wherever somebody speaks and remind of promises they can’t fulfil – there’s the evil one, telling some unlucky person that he/she promised something.
Conclusion: Never promise anything. If you do, tell all conditions immediately to cancel the so called promise. In this case, the only thing Carl has promised, is that Sillfy can go to hell with all her friends, because she’s a liar and a traitor and all her friends are advocating her. They’re all enemies to Carl.
By the way: If you are bothered by some nasty egoists, looking for your money, parasites, scroungers (in Sw. snyltare). How to get finally rid of them? Listen. Promise God they will never have anything from you. Then sytan & co. can’t do you any more harm with greedy accusations.