Today's poems [11.29.10]
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There was a young Georgian named Lynd
Who'd never in all his life sinned,
For whenever he'd start
He'd be jarred by a fart,
And his semen was gone with the wind.
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.
Another Month Ends:
All Targets Met
All Systems Working
All Customers Satisfied
All Staff Eager and Enthusiastic
All Pigs Fed and Ready to Fly
There was a young fellow in Buckingham.
Wrote a treatise on cunts and on sucking them,
But later this work
Was eclipsed by a Turk
Whose topic was ass-holes and fucking them.
There was a young lady from Waste
Who fled from a man in some haste.
She tripped as she ran,
And fell flat on her pan---
She sometimes still dreams that she's chaste.
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