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    Sitting in a comfortable little jazz pub, having a beer, when a rather "well salted" dame sits down at my table. I raise my brows, but I'm enjoying the music and my beverage, so I don't think too much about it. After about ten minutes, she says, "Yeah... Yeah..." I raise my brows questioningly. She continues, "Yeah, I'd totally let you do me in the ass." I nearly spit my beer out of my nose. I gave a rather wan smile and a nod, and after about..... ten seconds, excused myself to the restroom, and just kept on going, out the door, down the stairs, and walked back to the barracks.

    W.T.F? /smh.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amnesiac View Post
    Sitting in a comfortable little jazz pub, having a beer, when a rather "well salted" dame sits down at my table. I raise my brows, but I'm enjoying the music and my beverage, so I don't think too much about it. After about ten minutes, she says, "Yeah... Yeah..." I raise my brows questioningly. She continues, "Yeah, I'd totally let you do me in the ass." I nearly spit my beer out of my nose. I gave a rather wan smile and a nod, and after about..... ten seconds, excused myself to the restroom, and just kept on going, out the door, down the stairs, and walked back to the barracks.

    W.T.F? /smh.........
    Do you often go drinking with your motherinlaw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biro View Post
    Do you often go drinking with your motherinlaw?
    Wait: Are you and me brothers-in-law?

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    This reminds me of the time I was motoring on a Dallas freeway and passed a huge billboard advertising a local "gentlemen's" club with a one of those "well salted" dames sprawled across it, looking very well like the type you might see in the joint. Boy, what truth in advertising! "Ugly" hardly describes her (and yes, I've been in a couple here and there).
    "Self-righteousness never straddles the political fence."

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    Not sure about this; self confessed poets in a blokeish thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olly Buckle View Post
    Not sure about this; self confessed poets in a blokeish thread?
    Sure!
    Little Willie saw some dynamite
    He couldn't understand it quite
    Curiosity never pays
    It rained Willie for seven days.

    There once was a rather sad poodle
    Who nearly went out of his noodle
    He screamed and he cried
    (and he almost died!)
    All because he could not shout, "Cock-a-doodle!"

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    There once was a girl from Nantucket.











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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma'am View Post
    There once was a girl from Nantucket.
    I haven't heard that one Ma'am..........carry on

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    Little Willie from the mirror
    Licked the mercury all off
    Thinking in his childish error
    It would cure his whooping cough

    Later at the funeral the doctor brightly remarked to Mrs Brown
    'Twas a chilly day for Willie when the mercury went down.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma'am View Post
    There once was a girl from Nantucket.
    Who rode to France in a bucket

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