Today's poems [5.13.09]
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There was a young cowboy named Gary
Who was morbidly anxious to marry,
But he found the defection
Of any erection
A difficuly factor to parry.
Oh, that supple young man of Montrose
Who tickled his tail with his toes!
His landlady said,
As she made up his bed,
"My God! How that man blows his nose!"
There once was a eunuch of Roylem,
Took two eggs to the cook and said, "Boil 'em.
I'll sling 'em beneath
My inadequate sheath,
And slip into the harem and foil 'em."
A tidy young lady of Streator
Dearly loved to nibble a peter.
She always would say,
"I prefer it this way.
I think it is very much neater."
When the Bermondsey bricklayers struck,
Bill Bloggins was 'aving a fuck.
By uni-on rules,
He 'ad to down tools---
Now wasn't that bloddy 'ard luck!
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