Red haired Chinese girl with a Southern Drawl

By TropicalSnowstorm


Everyone has their own taste,
on what is pretty in their eyes.
There’s a lid for every pot -
one man’s toss off, another’s prize.
My brother likes Latinas,
one of my cousins loves fat chicks.
Some people go for muscles,
others like them skinny as sticks.

I’ve got a friend from Jersey
that likes his women blonde and tall.

But I’m just looking
for a red-haired Chinese girl
with a Southern drawl.

I’ve hit each Asian buffet
between Memphis and Tupelo
and though I ain’t found her yet,
one day I’ll order her "to go".
Kung Pao chicken and cornbread…
at breakfast, grits and wonton soup.
Make love on a rocking chair,
then shoot some squirrels from our stoop.

A gal to practice Hung Gar
that still knows to call you guys "y’all".

So I’m holding out
for a red-haired Chinese girl
with a Southern drawl.

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Published on Friday, August 17, 2001.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • Rebs On Tuesday, February 21, 2017, Rebs (603)By person wrote:

    This popped up on the front page, and the title just drew me in and I had to check it out. I'm very glad that I did, because this brought a smile to my face on a very shitty night. Clever and great! Reb:).

  • BetaWolfinVA On Friday, December 6, 2013, BetaWolfinVA (937)By person wrote:

    loved it, very funny :) Scholar

  • Candy Hart On Monday, November 12, 2012, Candy Hart (30)By person wrote:

    Made me laugh and then wonder if m own desires are ridiculous.

  • Ortolan On Wednesday, October 3, 2012, Ortolan (280)By person wrote:

    Well written, charming, and hilarious.

  • Alchemist On Saturday, March 10, 2012, Alchemist (840)By person wrote:

    I don't know about Chinese but I like a red hair, frickle faced and big ass southern girl.

  • Nameless Pariah On Wednesday, May 11, 2011, Nameless Pariah (145)By person wrote:

    It's very different. Very catchy.

  • A former member wrote: i just have to say i like it!!

  • MercyRain On Wednesday, March 31, 2010, MercyRain (116)By person wrote:

    yeah, this is cute... sounds like it could be a fun song to sing too... tho the message is true

  • Rowan On Wednesday, March 31, 2010, Rowan (303)By person wrote:

    hehehe this was cute. I'm not chinese but I'm a red haired girl from the south. lol. Nice write, very funny.

  • Myzeray On Friday, March 26, 2010, Myzeray (18)By person wrote:

    OMG! That's AWESOME! *Points to the story "Black Market" on Winter Born's page.* Cuz, yeah. That's my original Character Myzeray! I'm holding out for one of those too! I love it! Favin' this one! Good write

  • carlosjackal On Sunday, December 7, 2008, carlosjackal (2033)By person wrote:

    Fabulous..I can't think of anymore words right now because this simply, is just so...Fabulous :) -Carl

  • carlosjackal On Saturday, June 27, 2009, carlosjackal (2033)By person wrote:

    Still loving this one :) -Carl

  • Argentum On Wednesday, December 12, 2007, Argentum (10)By person wrote:

    I love this... makes you think about your own preferences for people... well done.

  • A former member wrote: Still one of my favorites, after all these years.

  • Dei On Wednesday, May 10, 2006, Dei (710)By person wrote:

    hm.. im a red headed irish/italian born in missouri, raised in arkansas and i eat a lo of chineese.... close?

  • A former member wrote: Real Cool :P Im a red head but afraid Im not Chinese , nor with southern drawl . hehe

  • the dried flower On Saturday, October 29, 2005, the dried flower (68)By person wrote:

    lol..............nice..........

  • blue On Sunday, May 1, 2005, blue (1494)By person wrote:

    :) HA! I Loved it!! I too am looking for a red haired chinese girl, but NOT with the southern drawl! :):) Thank you, ~b

  • A former member wrote: what? no southern draaawlllllll?

  • A former member wrote: *smiles* this was cute and clever TS I enjoyed it much!

  • A former member wrote: i hope all works out for you! best of luck with your search ;)

  • aXe FactoR On Saturday, May 15, 2004, aXe FactoR (350)By person wrote:

    this really cracked me up...! awesome write! :)

  • aXe FactoR On Saturday, June 5, 2004, aXe FactoR (350)By person wrote:

    btw... lols... i used to have dyed bright red hair that i dyed black now & i also happen to be a chinese who scored an A for english & C for chinese. lols... i happened 2 read this again 2day. i still find it awesome. :) -MeL-

  • sulkylime On Sunday, March 21, 2004, sulkylime (207)By person wrote:

    i love this! heehee cute poem. you sound confident here.. are you still looking for this girl?

  • Silver Spectre On Tuesday, February 3, 2004, Silver Spectre (82)By person wrote:

    I love this write.... light hearted and creative........... thanks Silver

  • A former member wrote: I remember this from the old dp when it first came out... loved it then, loved it now. One day you will find her man...

  • A former member wrote: we actually have a girl like that in our battalion.. she's japanese and from montana.. and has a total texas accent.. hilarious

  • Aurora_Light On Sunday, May 11, 2003, Aurora_Light (487)By person wrote:

    high demands but then if u don't have such w/ love then way love at all

  • Jonas On Thursday, March 20, 2003, Jonas (759)By person wrote:

    patiently patiently (maybe achingly) waiting for that 'perfect girl'(reference to fifth element) that you know one day will show her face... or will she. damn.

  • liquid_emotion On Thursday, February 20, 2003, liquid_emotion (356)By person wrote:

    *hysterical laughter*

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