Witty word: Billbored

Definition of billbored
/bil bawrd/

Adjective
1 wearied by the dullness of seeing vast amounts of billboards across the countryside whilst traveling:
Mister Barrow and Miss Parker got so billbored with all the signs wherever they drove that it triggered them to commit numerous felonies.

2 fed up off having to pay recurring bills:
After years of paying monthly rent for his trailer and the lease on his pickup Cletus got billbored before he started making moonshine down yonder in order to pay for an accountant to handle his financial affairs.

Origin of billbored:
2021; poetpas ©; Modern English, based on philosophical wit.

Proseed

the mad cow
grabbed the bull
by the horns
and said:
dear sire,
not for prosperity
nor for need;
just turnover,
please proseed

Great ideas

great idea
good plan
it’s all in the head
of an inventive man

yet great ideas
don’t always work
that’s why she called the professor
a bloody jerk

Gene pool

mixed by
only a few
we’re created
as off spring
amongst ourselves
in a small pool
of genes
by human
intervention
making us weak
not very funny
not to mention
they did it
just for money
with every intention

Corporate coldness

corporate coldness
the taste of success
bittersweet targets
occupational stress

profit here
profit there
all for you
leave none to share

working long
working late
keep on grinding
don’t procrastinate

wear a suit
to make a loot
drink your coffee
it’s so good