Dont dash my hopes cannonizing me with a smash,
no rash on my back for your downvoting lash.
Stash your whip! Fill the cannon with perl hash.
Dont drive me to ash if I'm not able in bash,
come back to your root slash, dont let me crash,
dont thrash me if in my cache I love The Clash.
Brashly canonize me instead, an upvoting flash,
a new sash on my shoulders would not harsh :)
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It's the best we could do on such short notice.
Congratulations, you have been promoted to Canon!
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