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A fellow who lives in St. Paul
Has one hexadronical ball.
The cube of its weight,
Plus his penis, times eight
Is his phone number; give him a call.
There was a young fellow from Wark,
Who, when he screws, has to bark.
His wife is a bitch,
With a terrible itch,
So the town never sleeps after dark.
My wife, when I traveled away,
Made sly extramarital hay,
And partied for hours
With chosen endowers,
And often came back the next day.
The ancient orthographer, Chisholm.
Caused a lexicographical schism
When he asked to know whether
"Twere known which was better
To use "g" or "j" to spell "jism."
A proper young lady of Taos
Had her panties trimmed neatly with lace.
But a vulgar young man
Raped her roughly, and ran,
And left them pure panties in chaos.
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