Today's poems [6.13.20]
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There was a young lady from Asia
Who shaved her legs with a razor
One day she went high
Right up past here thigh
And the gash it left would amaze ya!
If the river was made of whiskey,
And I a diving duck,
I'd swim down to the bottom,
And drink myself back up.
Sent by Amy
There was an old man of Madrid
Who went to an auction to bid.
In the first lot they sold
Was an ancient commode---
And, my God, when they lifted the lid!
There once was a lady named Hix
Who was fond of sucking big pricks.
One fellow she took
Was a doctor named Snook,
Now he's in a hell of a fix.
There was a young man named Cattell
Who knew psychophysics so well,
That each time he shit
He'd stop, measure it---
It's length, and it's breadth, and it's smell.
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