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It’s my party and I’ll rhyme if I want to

Friends of Lifesearch’s Kevin Carr have been asked to get stanzas ready for his long-awaited 30th birthday next weekend.

The protection expert has upped the ante for his birthday celebrations in a way only he is brave enough to endure.

Dissatisfied with the usual drunken debauchery and silliness, Carr has opened himself up to abuse in rhyme.

All party guests must write a poem somehow relating to Carr or his birthday. A lovely idea, and, yes, more personal than buying a greeting card.

He then increases the risk by defining: “There are no rules. Your poems can be as polite or rude as you like.” Oh dear, are you sure that’s a good idea, Kevin?


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