In this video, a Saudi Bedouin composes a poem on the fly in honour of his pick-up truck, which he affectionately names "gerbil". The hyena - that he just ate, isn't laughing.
Translation courtesy of yours truly:
"In the Name of Allah, The Merciful, The Compassionate
Here's the female Hyena, a gift from Allah. I slaughtered her yesterday at dusk. Today I'm eating her for lunch. Here's the pot, and the bread, naturally. And here's the gerbil (nickname for his pickup truck), it's advanced in age, but I'm content with it. It deserves its own poem of praise:
I shall say that with this gerbil I'm contented
It helps me reach homes that for others are unreachable
If one were to buy a newer model
One would not be able to travel the steeper trails
One's trip would be fraught with difficulties
And as a result one would miss out on invitations in inaccessible places
But with my gerbil, all becomes accessible
He's a loyal brother and serves me well.
Many poems like this one I have for him and he deserves all of them.
So now back to this hyena, a gift from Allah. Here's her meat, and her head. Ooooh, look at that head. Long live he who enjoyed you and your mother as a meal. Praise Allah, look at that meat."