Today's poems [6.14.10]
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There was a young man from Nantucket
Whose feet were attached to grease buckets
From trouble he'd hide
With a quick slip n slide
Of responsibility he said, simply, "duck it."
PS So you see, Bill, in America,
*anyone* can grow up to be the President.
sent by Summer Mondeau
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 an old hag named Le Sueur
Who just was an out-and-out whore.
Between her big tits
You could come for two bits,
And she'd fuck in any old sewer.
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.
There once was a man from Nepal
Whose turds were exceedingly small.
He'd sit in his room
And shit on a spoon
And then flick his turds down the hall.
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