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Sunlight soap [Mar. 27th, 2004|01:21 am]
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by William McGonagall

You can use it with great pleasure and ease
Without wasting any elbow grease;
And when washing the most dirty clothes
The sweat won't be dripping off your nose
You can wash your clothes with little rubbing
And without scarcely any scrubbing;
And I tell you once again without any joke
There's no soap can surpass Sunlight Soap;
And believe me, charwomen one and all,
I remain yours truly, the Poet McGonagall.


I think this is supposed to be some sort of advertising. But I wouldn't buy the soap, I'd buy our dear Billy :D