Today's poems [3.23.10]
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Whenever a fellow named Rex,
Flashed his very small organ of sex,
He always got off,
For the judges would scoff,
De minimis non curat lex.
There was a young girl of Cohoes
Who jerked herself off with her nose.
She said, "Yes, I done it,
But just for the fun it
Afforded the folk of Cohoes."
Mary had a little sheep,
And with the sheep she went to sleep,
The sheep turned out to be a ram,
Now Mary has a little lamb.
There was a young man named Tom
Who ran screaming home to his mom.
The fear of the Bomb
Scared him back in the womb---
The bastard, he wasn't so dumb!
In the quaint English village of Worcester
Lived a little red hen and a rooster.
A coquettish glance
She acquired in Framce
Gave him ants in his pants, and he goosed her.
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