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Isn't it awfully nice to have a penis,

Isn't it frightfully good to have a dong.

It's swell to have a stiffy,

It's divine to own a dick.

From the tiniest little tadger,

To the world's biggest prick.


So three cheers for your willy or John Thomas.

Hooray for your one-eyed trouser snake.

Your piece of pork,

Your wife's best friend,

Your Percy or your cock.


You can wrap it up in ribbons,

You can slip it in your sock.

But don't take it out in public

Or they will stick you in the dock,

And you won't come back.




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QUOTE (1-0-0-1-0-0-1 @ Dec 14 2004, 10:21 PM)
My name is spelt Raymond Luxury Yacht, but it's pronounced "Throatwobbler Mangrove."

OMG!! rofl3.gif rofl3.gif I LOVE IT!!

Cambridge and Oxford educated, all of them, and they come up with stuff like "Throatwobbler Mangrove."


Absolute genius.... or total insanity??


NO..... IT'S.....


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"Hello, my names 'Smoketoomuch'"


"Well you'd better cut down a little then"


"I beg your pardon"


"Well, you'd better cut down a little then"


"......Oh I see, smoke too much so I'd better cut down a little then"


"I bet you get people making jokes about your name all the time"


"No, it never struck me before"

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Host: With me now is Norman St. John Polevaulter, who for the last few years has been contradicting people. St. John Polevaulter, why do you contradict people?


Polevaulter : I don't!


Host: But you... you told me that you did.


Polevaulter: I most certainly did not!


Host: Oh. I see. I'll start again.


Polevaulter: No you won't!


Host: Ssh! I understand you DON'T contradict people.


Polevaulter: Yes I do!


Host: And when DIDN'T you start contradicting them?


Polevaulter: I did! In 1952!


Host: 1952.


Polevaulter: 1947!


Host: 23 years ago.


Polevaulter: No!





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"Hello, I'm looking for a copy of 'Olsen's Standard Book Of British Birds'. The expurgated version."


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