The Night of the MANFLY

Twas the night before christmas
And all through the lab
The research was working
and ofcourse he was mad
The man was in prep
of a type of gene splicing
To mix man and beast
but misplaced some piping
The levers were thrown
and lights start to flicker
inside the chamber
a creature grew quick
Up on the roof
a jolly old man
was looking over the lab
setting up a plan
He’d deliver more presents
as he did every year
but of the researcher
He’d have to steer clear
He looked through a chimney
It seemed safe enough
but little did he know
of all kinds of stuff
that the research was planning to do to himself
but instead of a fly,
The man caught Santa, himself
“Let me out of this chamber,”
the old Santa cried
“It’s too late now,” said the researcher.
at least keep the fly!”
The whistle and bells
went off in a blur
and after they stop
a new man emerged
His eyes were a million
his cap was so merry
his wings like an insect
his demeanor was scary
With a yell and roar
he took to the skies
visiting houses
of all girls and guys
Now on Christmas eve
instead of Saint Nick
The Manfly looks out
for children so thick
If you hide in your room
from the large gene spliced beast
He’ll drink a family pet
in place for his feast
And spitting up on the tree
as all good flies do
He’ll leave you a gift
covered in good fly goo
And you’ll hear him exclaim
when the coast is clear
“Thizz is Manflyzz!
I’ll find youzzz nextzzz year!”
Merry Christmas from all of us here at Riddler Reviews
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4 Responses to “The Night of the MANFLY”
  1. Vapor says:

    Absolutely perfect.

  2. invagrantly says:

    ahahahah thanks for the laugh!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I lol’d

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