Today's poems [2.8.20]
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A studious professor named Nestor
Bet a whore all his books he could best her.
But she drained out his balls
And skipped up the walls,
Beseeching poor Nestor to rest her.
A crafty young bard named McMahon
Whose poetry never would scan,
Once said with a pause,
"It's prob'ly because
I am always attempting to insert as many extra
syllables into the ultimate line as I
A girl on a southern plantation
Was the product of insemination.
So each fathers' day
She would send a bouquet
To a syringe in a far away nation.
On the plains of north-central Tibet
They've thought of the strangest thing yet:
On the ass of a camel
They pour blue enamel,
And bugger the beast while it's wet.
When Asimov penned long ago
The Three Laws that all robots know,
Had Star Wars shown then,
The Fourth would have been:
"A robot must not steal the show."
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