Today's poems [9.2.09]
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A certain young man of St. Paul
Consistently practiced withdrawal.
This quaint predilection
Created such friction,
He soon had no foreskin at all.
There was a young fellow of Ealing
Endowed with such delicate feeling,
When he read on the door,
"Don't spit on the floor",
He lent back and spat on the ceiling.
A fellow who slept with a whore,
Used a safe, but his pecker got sore.
Said he with chagrin,
"Selling these is a sin,"
Said the druggist, "Caveat emptor".
There was an aesthetic young miss
Who thought it the apex of bliss
To jazz herself silly
With the bud of a lily,
Then go to the garden to piss!
When Lady Penelope swoons,
Her tits pop out like balloons.
Parker stands by,
With a gleam in his eye,
And pops them back in with warm spoons.
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