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In the Garden of Eden,
As everyone knows,
Lives Adam and Eve,
Without any clothes.

In this garden,
Were 2 little leaves,
One covered Adam’s
One covered Eve’s.

As the story goes on,
Nevertheless to say,
The wind came along,
And blew the leaves away.

At the sight,
Adam did stare,
There was Eve’s treasure,
All covered with hair.

And wonder came,
Under Eve’s eyes,
As Adam’s thing,
Started to rise.

They found a spot,
That suited them best,
A nice big tree,
Where they began to rest.

Her legs spread wider,
And wider apart,
While thrill after thrill,
Came into her heart.

The head of Adam’s thing,
Peeked into the hold,
And filled her with passion,
beyond her control.

Backward and forward,
His thing did slide,
And Eve’s treasure,
Was all wet inside.

The joy was good,
She wouldn’t let loose,
Until Adam’s thing,
Was all out of juice.

Then through the years,
People did screw,
And now it’s time,
for me and you.

So pull down you pants,
And lay in the grass,
‘Cuz I’m in the mood,
For a piece of that ASS!

The newly married man came home from work to find his new
bride stretched languorously on the sofa, dressed in a negligee.

“Guess what I got planned for dinner?” she asked seductively.
“And don’t you dare tell me you had it for lunch today.”

Q: Why is a blonde’s coffin y-shaped?
A: Because she is so used to having her legs spread.

The young couple was engaged in a most affectionate embrace when there
came the sound of a key in the front door. The young lady broke away
at once, eyes wide with alarm.
“Heavens,” she cried, “it’s my husband! Quick, jump out the window.”
The young man, equally alarmed, made a quick step toward the window,
then demurred. “I can’t,” he said, “we’re on the thirteenth floor.”
“For heaven’s sake,” cried the young lady in exasperation,
“is this a time to be superstitious?”

A lady from Chicago was visiting New York City. Her hostess was determined to make the Midwesterner feel cheap and unimportant.

“My dear,” said the New York matron snobbishly, “Here in the East we think breeding is everything.”

“Oh, I don’t know,” the lady from the Midwest replied. “Out where I come from we think it’s fun, too, but we try to have a few outside interests as well.”



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