Every week our Theme Expert, Teddy, goes into detail on a new theme. This week’s theme is Antibacterial Gel.
As more and more poets are vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, many will begin to experience a strange nostalgia for the year that was 2020-21, with its masks, chlorine doormats, oxygen tanks, and of course Antibacterial Gel. Before this time slips away from us forever, let us ponder the Theme that can keep you fresh and maybe even save your life.
Let’s review the AG basics:
- Antibacterial Gel keeps you squeaky clean.
- It probably has saved your life.
- You can use it to brush your gums.
Many poets I know complain about the stickiness and unpleasant cold dampness of Antibacterial Gel as it is squirted into their palm, but in fact it keeps your hands, that you are constantly sticking into eyes, mouth, nostrils, and mankini, totally clean, and clean means COVID-free. It also eliminates the need to wash your hands.
Antibacterial Gel has not only most likely saved your life, but the lives of every poet close to you. But judge not, if one of your close poet friends did die this past year it was probably a heart attack.
I confess, I love Antibacterial Gel. Since most of my meals are Chicken McNuggets I quickly got used to the taste of it, and now actually prefer it as a condiment, with perhaps a squeeze of Sir Racha, on sandwiches, salads and burgers.
Wherever a poet goes, there is Antibacterial Gel. Do not resist the Theme — cherish and dip it.
Follow Teddy every week as he explores a new and sparkling Theme.