Today's poems [6.27.10]
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A fellow who slept with a whore,
Used a safe, but his pecker got sore.
Said he with chagrin,
"Selling these is a sin,"
Said the druggist, "Caveat emptor".
There was a young lass from Ignatius
Who lived in a garret quite spacious.
When she went to here auntie's
She always wore panties,
But alone in her garret,---good gracious.
There was a young lady of Arden,
Who s----d off a man in a garden.
He said, "My dear Flo,
Where does that stuff go?"
And she said, "(swallow hard)-- I beg pardon?"
There once was an apple-cheeked runt
Who was welcomed with joy at the Front.
This God's gift to he-men
Prevented spilled semen,
For his ass was tattooed like a cunt.
There was a young girl of Claridge's
Who said, "What a strange thing marriage is,
When you stop to think
That I've poured down the sink
Five abortions and fifty miscarriages!"
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