Today's poems [8.8.19]
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There is a professor named Martin
From whom I'm about to be partin',
And on my way out,
He may here me shout,
"It's your face I'd sure like to fart in."
There once was a kid named Darren
Who's room was surprisingly barren
He had no toys
Like all normal boys
But he did believe in sharing
There's a lot has been said 'bout the breast---
Like how nicely they feel when they're pressed.
But when push comes to shove,
In this business of love,
Its "twats" 'tween the legs that is best.
Mary had a little skirt
With slits right up the sides
And everytime she crossed her legs
The boys could see her thighs
Mary had another skirt
With a slit right up the front
She never wore that one...
Lewinsky and Clinton have shown
what Kaczynski must surely have known:
that an intern is better
than a bomb in a letter
given the choice to be blown.
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