Ode To A Hot Chick From The Movies

Attractive ladySure, you can read Lynn Hirschberg’s long profile of Megan Fox in this week’s New York Times Magazine. And you should! Even though the lead is “Megan Fox is a fox,” you’ll still learn some stuff. But if you’re pressed for time, we’ve condensed the whole thing down to a brief poem. A poem about Megan Fox. I call it “Megan Fox: The Poem.” Read closely, there’s going to be a quiz later.

Megan Fox: The Poem

By Alex Balk
(after Lynn Hirschberg)

Megan Fox
Has dark brown locks
Worn parted in the middle
And when she speaks
She often shocks but still remains a riddle

Though Megan Fox
Dons sultry frocks
She’s really quite demure
It bothers her
That other girls all treat her like a whore

Megan Fox
Has taken knocks
From those with whom she’s worked
And though she isn’t blameless
She can’t help but still be irked

Megan Fox
Quite clearly rocks
She’s fun and self-aware
She plays the game and knows the rules:
Boys like it when girls swear

Megan Fox
Lives in a box
Where all the men behold her
But not forever; watch the clocks:
All pretty girls grow older