Today's poems [4.14.11]
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There was an old maid from Bermuda
Who shot a marauding intruder.
It was not her ire
At his lack of attire,
But he reached for her jewels as he screwed her.
There was a young man of Newminster Court
Bugger'd a pig, but his prick was too short.
Said the hog, "It's not nice,
But pray take my advice:
Make tracks, or by the police you'll be caught."
There was a young man named O'Malley
Who was fucking his gal in the alley,
When right at the start
Whe let a small fart,
Said O'Malley to Sally, "Now r'ally!"
There was a young lady named Sue
Who preferred a stiff drink to a screw.
But one leads to the other,
And now she's a mother---
Let this be a lesson to you.
There once was a Vassar B.A.
Who pondered the problem all day
Of what there would be
Were divided by C-O-C-K.
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