Today's poems [5.15.17]
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There was a young woman named Dottie
Who said as she sat on the potty,
"It isn't polite
To do this in sight,
But then, who am I to be snotty?"
When Lady Penelope swoons,
Her tits pop out like balloons.
Parker stands by,
With a gleam in his eye,
And pops them back in with warm spoons.
I love you, You love me,
People say that we're just friends,
But we are really Lesbians.
There was a young man from St. Paul's
Who read Harper's Bazaar and McCall's
Till he grew such a passion
For feminine fashion
That he knitted a snood for his balls.
Said an ardent young bridegroom named Trask,
"I will grant any wish that you ask,"
Said the bride, "Kiss me, dearie,
Until I grow weary,"
But he died of old age at the task.
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