Today's poems [3.17.13]
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There once was a Bactrian camel
Who was bound by no fetter or trammel.
When he tried to make hay
In his Bactrian way,
His wife said, "Make me; I'm a mammal."
A young fellow discovered through Freud
That although of a penis devoid,
He could practice coitus
By eating a fetus,
And his parents were quite overjoyed.
There was a young girl from nace
Whose corset just would not lace.
Her mother said, "Nellie,
There's more in your belly
Than ever went in through your face."
There once was wee lad called Marvin
Who thought his big dick was for carvin'
He tried to cut slices
Of "Turkey with spices"
And left all his dining guests starvin'.
There was a young lady from Slough
Who said that she didn't know how.
Then a young fellow caught her
And jolly well taught her;
She lodges in Pimlico now.
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