In days of old when knights were bold An women weren't particular They lined them up against the wall And shagged them perpendicular. Then he went back to fishing. One evening he was standing with his wife before their front door looking around their neighborhood. And in a flash Out the doors they did fly With panties in hand And waving goodbye. Act soft, la, and I'll buy yer a coalyard: He's a pig's wank in a dirty tissue: Egnatius, because he has snow-white teeth, smiles all the time.
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We're loyal sons of Liverpool Til the last ship of all. This story is similar to type folktales. Returning home, he found that his palace had changed magnificently. These days she is a respectable lady, though apparently she has lost none of her skills at performing the cordax a sort of Roman pole-dance. There were even two court jesters who were always near him.
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The eskimo women they are the shits They have no cunts; they have no tits They wack you off with a pair of mitts In the North Atlantic Squadron. In days of old when knights were bold An women weren't particular They lined them up against the wall And shagged them perpendicular. People came from miles afar, To place their bets at the Blue Balls Bar. Washing a ton of sheets after the But that was not enough for him, and for days and week he poured forth rain till the rivers overflowed their banks, and the crops of rice stood in water. The place of the match was set by Lil, behind the shit house on Dugan's hill It started off with the greatest of ease Like the march wind whistlin' through the sycamore trees.