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A nervous young fellow named Fred
Took a charming young widow to bed.
When he'd diddled a while
She remarked with a smile,
"You've got it all in but the head."
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A new dramatist of the absurd
Has a voice that will shortly be heard.
I learn from my spies
He's about to devise
An unprintable three-letter word.
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A newlywed couple from Goshen
Spent their honeymoon sailing the ocean.
In twenty-eight days
They got laid eighty ways --
Imagine such fucking devotion!
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A newly-wed man of Peru
Found himself in a terrible stew:
His wife was in bed
Much deader than dead,
And so he had no one to screw.
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A notorious whore named Ms. Hearst,
In the pleasures of men was well-versed.
Reads the sign o'er the head
Of her well-rumpled bed
"The customer always comes first."
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A novice was told by the Abbot:
"Consider the goat and the rabbit.
While they roll in the hay
You just stay home and pray.
You've got to get out of that habit."
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A nudist resort at Benares
Took a midget in all unawares.
But he made members weep
For he just couldn't keep
His nose out of private affairs.
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A nurse motivated by spite
Tied her infantine charge to a kite;
She launched it with ease
On the afternoon breeze,
And watched till it flew out of sight.
-- Edward Gorey
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A pansy who lived in Khartoum
Took a lesbian up to his room.
They argued all night
Over who had the right
To do what, with which, and to whom.
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A passionate red-haired girl
When you kissed her, her senses would whirl,
And her twat would get wet,
And would wiggle and fret,
And her cunt-lips would curl and unfurl.