Today's poems [8.27.09]
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There was a young lady of Kent
Who said that she knew what it meant
When men asked her to dine,
And served cocktails and wine;
She knew what it meant - but she went!
There was a young fellow named Cribbs
Whose cock was so big it had ribs.
They were inches apart,
And to suck, it took art,
While to fuck, it took forty-two trips.
There was a young student of art
Who made a strange anatomical chart:
In place of the chest
A grease spot on the vest,
And in place of the asshole a fart.
There was a young lady called Bright
Who could travel much faster than light
she departed one day
in a relative way
And arrived on the previous night
Under the spreading chestnut tree
The village smith he sat,
By abusing himself
And catching the load in his hat.
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