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In the quaint English village of Worcester
Lived a little red hen and a rooster.
A coquettish glance
She acquired in Framce
Gave him ants in his pants, and he goosed her.
There was a young student of art
Who made a strange anatomical chart:
In place of the chest
A grease spot on the vest,
And in place of the asshole a fart.
There was an old fellow from Roop
Who'd lost all control of his poop.
One evening at supper
His wife said, "Now, Tupper,
Stop making that noise with your soup!"
Here lies a nun, she lived to the age of one hundred and ten
She gave to the worms what she refused to men
There was a gay dog from Ontario
Who fancied himself a Lothario.
At a wench's glance
He'd snatch off his pants
And make for her Mons Venerio.
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