To My Poodle – A poem #Doodle #Poodle #TheGizDizzler #Diddler #PoodleDoodle

Once upon a time, in a far away land, lived a poodle.

This poodle was very special as it was a Poodle Doodle.

Poodle Doodle liked activities, but had no best poodle to share her fun with.

Until she met Poodle Uppercut.

Bound by an unbreakable poodle bond, Poodle Doodle and Poodle Uppercut became super poodles and traveled the world together. They shared stories, friends, poodles, and of course, activities.

One day, Poodle Uppercut had to leave Poodle Doodle because she had an important solo poodle mission to attend.

Poodle Doodle was very sad to see her Poodle Uppercut leave. She didn’t know what to do with herself. Crying lots of tears with her poodle eyes, she said: why do I feel so lonely without my Poodle?? I miss my Poodle! Poodle!!! Poodle!!!!

Poodle Doodle cried and cried, until Poodle Uppercut returned from her trip and comforted Poodle Doodle with a poodle hug.

“Aw! All this crying is affecting your poodle hotness! I know how to fix this. You wanna get poodle manicures?” Poodle Uppercut asked.

“Yes!! My doodle is back!!” Poodle Doodle answered, jumping up and down and wagging her tail like a happy poodle. “I never want to lose my poodle ever again!”

And so the two poodles went, bound by poodle love no one other than poodles can understand. Because to be a poodle, one must understand how a poodle soul works. And not everyone can understand a poodle soul.

But poodles are so fucking perfect, they always understand each other, and distance never breaks their frienship but makes their heart grow fonder.

And this, my friends, is a pretty awesome poodle poem tale.

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