Today's poems [11.11.10]
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An indolent vicar of Bray
Kept his wife in the family way,
Till she grew more alert,
Bought a vaginal squirt,
And said to her spuose, "Let us spray!"
There was a young lady named Maude
A terrible society fraud:
In company, I'm told
She was awfully cold.
But if you got her alone, Oh My God!
There was a young athlete named Grimmon
Who developed a new way of swimmin':
By a marvellous trick
He would skull with his prick,
Which attracted loud cheers from the women.
Remember those two of Aberystwyth
Who connected the things that they pissed with?
She sat on his lap
But they both had the clap,
And they cursed with the things that they kissed with.
I knew a girl from St. Paul
Who wore a newspaper dress to a ball.
Someone set it on fire
And burned here entire
Front Page, Sporting Section and all.
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