Today's poems [3.27.10]
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There was a young man of Adair
Who thought he would diddle a mare.
He climbed up a ladder
And jolly well had her,
With his backside a-wave in the air.
A nymphomaniacal nurse
With a curse that was worse than perverse
Stuck a rotary drill
Up her twat, for a thrill---
And they carted her off in a hearse.
Errors have occurred.
We won't tell you where or why.
There was an old harlot of Wick
Who was sucking a coal-heaver's prick.
She said, "I don't mind
The coal dust and grime,
But the smell of your balls makes me sick."
There was a young fellow named Tucker
Who, instructing a novice cock-sucker,
Said, "Don't bow out your lips
Like an elephant's hips,
The boys like it best when you pucker."
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