Just to prove that I do have a bit of culture in me, I thought I would add a few famous limericks by the poet Edward Lear!

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Just to prove that I do have a bit of culture in me, I thought I would add a few famous limericks by the poet Edward Lear!

 If you like mysteries, psychic phenomena, true stories or just a good laugh, please feel free to click on my Profile page, the link is below, it would be great to see you.

Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages ® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.

The author/owner has compiled for record, a collection of early Hokkien sayings, proverbs, rhymes and ditties to capture the essence and spirit of his hoi polloi, a community originating from the southern province of Fujian, China where individuals climbed aboard bum boats, crossing the South China Sea to settle in faraway lands to escape the brewing civil unrest and a way out from hardship carrying along with them in their journey, nothing except their trademark ponytails and their beliefs, very much rooted in Confucianism. These ditties retell their story and their lifestyle way back then so that the younger generation can gain an insight and foothold to their origin..

Life is full of contradictions. This rhyme/saying describes the sad state of affairs in some families whee an old mother needs to depend on her unfilial daughter-in-law for her three meals when her own daughter do not give much thought to her welfare.

The author/owner has compiled for record, a collection of early Hokkien sayings, proverbs, rhymes and ditties to capture the essence and spirit of his hoi polloi, a community originating from the southern province of Fujian, China where individuals climbed aboard bum boats, crossing the South China Sea to settle in faraway lands to escape the brewing civil unrest and a way out from hardship carrying along with them in their journey, nothing except their trademark ponytails and their beliefs, very much rooted in Confucianism. These ditties retell their story and their lifestyle way back then so that the younger generation can gain an insight and foothold to their origin..

Just to prove that I do have a bit of culture in me, I thought I would add a few famous limericks by the poet Edward Lear!

 If you like mysteries, psychic phenomena, true stories or just a good laugh, please feel free to click on my Profile page, the link is below, it would be great to see you.

Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages ® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.

The author/owner has compiled for record, a collection of early Hokkien sayings, proverbs, rhymes and ditties to capture the essence and spirit of his hoi polloi, a community originating from the southern province of Fujian, China where individuals climbed aboard bum boats, crossing the South China Sea to settle in faraway lands to escape the brewing civil unrest and a way out from hardship carrying along with them in their journey, nothing except their trademark ponytails and their beliefs, very much rooted in Confucianism. These ditties retell their story and their lifestyle way back then so that the younger generation can gain an insight and foothold to their origin..

Life is full of contradictions. This rhyme/saying describes the sad state of affairs in some families whee an old mother needs to depend on her unfilial daughter-in-law for her three meals when her own daughter do not give much thought to her welfare.

The author/owner has compiled for record, a collection of early Hokkien sayings, proverbs, rhymes and ditties to capture the essence and spirit of his hoi polloi, a community originating from the southern province of Fujian, China where individuals climbed aboard bum boats, crossing the South China Sea to settle in faraway lands to escape the brewing civil unrest and a way out from hardship carrying along with them in their journey, nothing except their trademark ponytails and their beliefs, very much rooted in Confucianism. These ditties retell their story and their lifestyle way back then so that the younger generation can gain an insight and foothold to their origin..

Welcome to Funny Sexy Poems Verses Quotes
Let's sin
On a tiger skin
Or, if you prefer
We could err
On a different fur


The gift for you, I pondered thus 
Was a ginormous hippopotamus 
So you and I could ride
Astride 
His hippo hide
While sitting on our bottomus 
And, perhaps, 
Since you've got him, 
I Should get one too.... 
Two ...hippopotami 
Or we could just do it...
like normal peopleli

You've arrived on this Sexy Poems page and you'll find lots of what you're looking for here. I’ve found that this page gets popular at Valentines time so I'd like to give you the heads up that there's lots of great saucy /sexy / innuendo / double entendre love stuff on other pages (if you want dirty/filthy, you’ve come to the wrong place). As a trailer, here's examples of what can be found elsewhere

Just to prove that I do have a bit of culture in me, I thought I would add a few famous limericks by the poet Edward Lear!

 If you like mysteries, psychic phenomena, true stories or just a good laugh, please feel free to click on my Profile page, the link is below, it would be great to see you.

Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages ® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.

The author/owner has compiled for record, a collection of early Hokkien sayings, proverbs, rhymes and ditties to capture the essence and spirit of his hoi polloi, a community originating from the southern province of Fujian, China where individuals climbed aboard bum boats, crossing the South China Sea to settle in faraway lands to escape the brewing civil unrest and a way out from hardship carrying along with them in their journey, nothing except their trademark ponytails and their beliefs, very much rooted in Confucianism. These ditties retell their story and their lifestyle way back then so that the younger generation can gain an insight and foothold to their origin..

Life is full of contradictions. This rhyme/saying describes the sad state of affairs in some families whee an old mother needs to depend on her unfilial daughter-in-law for her three meals when her own daughter do not give much thought to her welfare.

The author/owner has compiled for record, a collection of early Hokkien sayings, proverbs, rhymes and ditties to capture the essence and spirit of his hoi polloi, a community originating from the southern province of Fujian, China where individuals climbed aboard bum boats, crossing the South China Sea to settle in faraway lands to escape the brewing civil unrest and a way out from hardship carrying along with them in their journey, nothing except their trademark ponytails and their beliefs, very much rooted in Confucianism. These ditties retell their story and their lifestyle way back then so that the younger generation can gain an insight and foothold to their origin..

Welcome to Funny Sexy Poems Verses Quotes
Let's sin
On a tiger skin
Or, if you prefer
We could err
On a different fur


The gift for you, I pondered thus 
Was a ginormous hippopotamus 
So you and I could ride
Astride 
His hippo hide
While sitting on our bottomus 
And, perhaps, 
Since you've got him, 
I Should get one too.... 
Two ...hippopotami 
Or we could just do it...
like normal peopleli

You've arrived on this Sexy Poems page and you'll find lots of what you're looking for here. I’ve found that this page gets popular at Valentines time so I'd like to give you the heads up that there's lots of great saucy /sexy / innuendo / double entendre love stuff on other pages (if you want dirty/filthy, you’ve come to the wrong place). As a trailer, here's examples of what can be found elsewhere

Chorus -
Oh m’lads there’s nothing like a gobble
Sticking your head between her legs and watching her belly wobble
Moving your tongue in and out, Nothing could be finer
Oh m’lads there’s nothing like a good ol 69er

1st Verse
There was this girl, called Mary Jane, she really was quite fetching
So I took her back to my place to show her all my etchings
Mary Jane – she was young, just 13 – she said “I’m but a minor”
So I said “don’t worry love, I’m not superstitious, LETS HAVE A 69er”

2nd Verse
When Mary Jane, she awoke, she was in a lather,
She said “I’m gonna go home and tell you to my father”
I said “you can go home, you can tell me to your father, you can tell me to your mother!
But before you go my dear, lets have a 69er”

Limericks - From Funny Famous Ditties To Rude Little Witty.


Crude-ditties. (eBook, 1798) [WorldCat.org]

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