Today's poems [10.11.20]
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There was a young fellow of Kent
Whose prick was so long it was bent,
So to save himself trouble
He put it in double,
And instead of coming he went.
There was an old spinster of Tyre
Who bellowed, "MY CUNT IS ON FIRE!"
So a fireman was found,
Brought his engine around
And extinguished her burning desire
A disgusting young man named McGill
Made his neighbors exceedingly ill
Because of his habits
Involving white rabbits
And a bird with a flexible bill.
There once was a fellow named Dave,
Who kept a dead whore in his cave,
The smell was grotesque,
The pussy the best,
And look at the money he saved!
Sent by dave
There was an old man of Tantivy
Who followed his son to the privy.
He lifted the lid
To see what he did,
And found that it smelt of Capivi.
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