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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    Monsieur Quixote, your words never fail to warm this heart o mine I assure you. Bonjour mon ami.

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    Bonjour, Monsieur Shiz Tzu.
    Merci.


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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    My horoscope says it would be a good day to write poetry and work on my golf swing.

    I don't golf, but I've already knocked out two Limericks and a haiku this morning. I'm on a roll!

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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    Best Friends Play Hard,
    They Really Do,
    And our Good Friend, Neil,
    Has a pair of stories for you.

    Marty and Kevin were boyhood chums,
    But Kevin's dad and brother were real bums,
    They up and moved the three of them at once
    Till Kevin felt the only thing left was to join his mum's.

    Well, a loud cry rang out from Neil's frantic fans,
    And decried the original ending, they put out their passionate bans,
    So Neil listened to our furtive pleas,
    And rewrote the story about this pair of mans.

    And after a hiatus of over a year,
    Our Good Friend, Neil, has given up cause to raise a beer,
    To toast his return from pain and no gain,
    For he has brought back Marty and Kevin's story that we hold so dear.

    So, I invite you to search out and read for perhaps the first time,
    The original tale, so powerful and tragic, says the mime,
    And then, after shedding a tear or two,
    I invite you to explore the same title, "Redux"

    Original: http://www.justusboys.com/forum/showthread.php?t=89842

    Redux: http://www.justusboys.com/forum/showthread.php?t=223284


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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    PARABLE 001



    The day has overgrown it's steps as the woods began their journey into caves made of cloth.

    I asked you this question yet I was told a lie in response to the rain which halted our minds for moments of bliss.

    Return now to the realm where our daily lives show us our past and ask yourself who has remained true and loyal to your heart.

    Deny the starting point which has ended your dreams and pick up a new history which has been buried from your view that eyes cannot see yet minds cannot behold.

    Always remember to bring your hat when the rain falls on you from on high; it starts with a wobble of faith and turns into a sizzle of grimacing faces that catch your balance, day in and day out.

    Have you lost the ship of gifts that sailed into your port of thoughts? Disband your hatred for the one who see's you as a monster and your love will shine like the sun when the branches whisper to you in the weeks to come.

    Never underestimate the companion of that which you do not see; always compensate for loss with filling and have hope instead of doubt to accomplish the rays of time.

    Bountiful laughs create shards of memories which waft in and out of time which brings forth life that can heal a wounded foe and turn him to a friend who will no longer beguile your trust.

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    Ambrocious,
    Thank you for your thought provoking addition to the Poetry thread.
    It's all too easy to get down in the dumps in our less than soaring economic times.

    I know you've been on your own, personal journey. We've PM'd here and there.

    I wasn't sure where your parable was going at first - it was fairly dark.
    But then, the light started to shine from underneath the bushel basket.

    I'm hoping this month is like that- the Sun shines brightly, showing us the way.


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    I love this thread.

    Congrats to those who chose to write within the shackles of rhyme and meter. I think it's much harder.

    I have rated it excellent as a thanks to all posters.

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    Open up that cold cold heart

    Give love a chance to start

    If it has never been abused

    Then it's never been used

    Step out and take the chance

    Give care and love time to enhance

    A heart broken can be mended

    Life for it has not yet ended

    Care feel and learn to be

    That will set you truly free

    The heart that goes unused

    Thats the one that is abused

    Give love a chance to start.

    Open up that cold cold heart



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    Not one fucking nasty word or
    dirty act in the whole damn thing
    Going clean is a bitch


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    Hi, Rory.
    Your story is pretty good, too.

    I'm a hack
    but I try the tack
    and I keep coming back
    to see what's been pulled from the sack.

    Your verse, while not in rhyme,
    does require a bit of time
    to put flesh to bone
    not mere echoes from stone.

    Your cast does roam
    along the sea foam
    from North to South
    and to Mexico's mouth.

    Eric is a boy turned man
    whose life circumstances took a bit of a pan,
    but his bootstraps he did cinch,
    and of some salt he took a pinch,

    to change his fortunes yet remain true
    to his friends and his values he did sue.
    and as a mensch he has no peer,
    nor does he show to adversity, fear.

    I've enjoyed your tale, so resolute
    If I could, I'd play the flute
    and give raise
    to sound your praise.


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    His tight shorts
    Ride up the cleft of his bum
    His fat nuts
    Look heavy laden with cum
    His bedroom eyes
    Provoke a million desires
    And when he smiles at me
    I am lost, I have to give in
    Ready to drown in a sea of semen
    That he gives up so readily
    I coat a sensitive nipple
    In a few drops of my favourite tipple
    And nurse until the cows come home
    What joy it is to get him alone

    He turns on his belly and pleads
    For me to give him what he needs
    I part his peachy smooth cheeks
    And marvel at the beauty of his pucker
    Then give it a quick kiss before
    I plunge in, I am a lucky fucker
    Oh the heat of his hole!
    This joyous slippery ride
    To ecstasy and beyond
    As spent, we lie side by side

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    Lefty,
    My dear dear Lefty,
    We ain't no saints,
    but from your pallet of words
    colourful pictures youse paints.

    What would life be,
    if all our tomes were tame,
    we'd all be bored out of our gourds,
    and that would get pretty lame.

    So, while we don't want to you to rant
    nor always rave,
    your bit of spice we do crave.
    We don't want the mods to show you their pants.


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    OK Cuzin Dawn

    Butt didjer lak it?

    House about dissin....
    -------------------------------------

    The Jizz it was sticky and white

    it shot forth with volume and might

    But when it hit me in the eye

    it made me fall down and made me cry.

    or

    The dick was long the hole was deep

    A virgin was laying there half awake

    The prize was mine make no mistake

    And for the kids very very first time

    That bell I would have to chime

    And with joy we would weep.

    or
    ************************************************** *
    OH MY GOD NO

    sorry...at my age I can't come more than twice without a break

    Catch you on the flip-flop

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    Yes, Dear Lefty,
    I liked it.
    I just wanted you to know
    that we love you,
    any old ho'
    (A little literary license on that one?! lol)


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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    Writerman45,
    Welcome to JUB and the Story Board.
    Thanks for sharing your erotic poetry with us!

    You almost got lost in our boyful banter - we don't want that to happen.
    We might not aspire to become Robbie Frost,
    or Lord Byron,
    but we enjoy our musings, serious and silly.
    I hope to see you post more poetry or, perchance prose.

    Check out all the great stories our illustrious authors have prepared for us.


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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    Quote Originally Posted by DonQuixote View Post
    any old ho'
    (A little literary license on that one?! lol)

    Literary license and registration please.
    You know how meow fast you were going meow?

    Sixty three...



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    Butt, butt, I swear I wasn't speeding, ociffer!


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    LITERARY LICENSE and registration, please.
    And the speed limit is sixty five...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    OK Cuzin Dawn

    Butt didjer lak it?

    House about dissin....
    -------------------------------------

    The Jizz it was sticky and white

    it shot forth with volume and might

    But when it hit me in the eye

    it made me fall down and made me cry.

    or

    The dick was long the hole was deep

    A virgin was laying there half awake

    The prize was mine make no mistake

    And for the kids very very first time

    That bell I would have to chime

    And with joy we would weep.

    or
    ************************************************** *
    OH MY GOD NO

    sorry...at my age I can't come more than twice without a break

    Catch you on the flip-flop
    **I just saw this brilliant contribution Lefty, and I love your vernacular!**

    Mother Of God!
    Quick, to the ShihTmobile!

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    But wait, if the Literary Speed Limit is 65, and I was only going 63, what's the problem.

    I plead extenuating circumstances - you just saw Lefty's fun and frolic, what's a reader to do, I ask you?


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    Yours is mine and mine was yours but have you ever looked at the scale of ownership and guessed correctly it's true master?

    Have you quickened your march into the oncoming winds or has it all been for not when you quickly forgot that that our love wasn't lust, it was friends?

    Hush your mind for a moment and breath in a drought of healing relief; let not the rainbow droop down onto your head without much anticipation because sometimes the days will grow darker before the shadows can depart.

    If you look up at the sparrow as he flies, remember the moments of time you spent contemplating the counterfeit life humanity has chosen to live; seek to mend the hurting yet blind crowds by stealth and by sighs.

    If you blink for too long...that's considered sleep.

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    Ambrocious,
    Such ponderous words to contemplate.
    For you, a very late night's reflection;
    For me, a dawn's awakening brain exercise.

    There's a lot of life's learning to be uncovered.
    Thank you for sharing.


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    An Ode to a Special JUBer

    Boots was a stray
    Who found her way
    To Neil's bird feeder to sup.

    He saw her stay
    To fend her way
    Back from lack of nourishing cup.

    In his kind heart
    With bread crumbs he did start
    To supplant her foraging ways.

    And as she came round
    Soon Kibble she found
    Was left for her in her own bowl.

    Along with water to drink
    Hmm, this is a nice place she did think
    And aye that was too true.

    And as it drew cold
    In a strike so bold
    An outdoor home for her Neil did build

    Elevated from cold
    With blankets, manifold
    And a covered door he did construct.

    And then, by slow
    He did methodically go
    To invite her inside for a bit.

    She came, and she went,
    And some nights she spent
    In her Kitty Ritz, a palace outside.

    Then as it got bitter
    Neil and his roommate did bid her
    Come, stay inside instead of the Ritz.

    And through the Winter she stayed
    Warm and toasty they made
    Her home inside with them both.

    But an outdoor cat is she
    Who wanted a "he"
    And with kittens they found she'd been made.

    Birthing boxes Neil built
    Three here, and there, to the hilt
    But under the couch she did choose.

    Till nigh on three week
    After birth did they peek
    Out to get away from the heat.

    A beeline Boots made
    Under Neil's bed and then bade
    That her new crib was now the cove.

    Behind the plant stand did she move
    And snuggle her kits in the groove
    While Neil struggled to make it clean.

    For Boots gave no advance note,
    Just up and moved and did tote
    Her babe who was a bit shy.

    The other three,
    Were more adventurous, you see
    And followed or led as might be.

    And nay did they say
    to HOT cloth, by the way
    But YAY to the vinyl to keep cool.

    And when came time to name
    The kits, right now tame,
    Mr. Frodo did come to Neil's mind.

    And in that vein,
    Lord of the Rings held no disdain,
    So Merry, Pippin, and Sam Gamgee next came.

    And that, my dear friends,
    Is the tale that's not at an end,
    Of how "GSDX" became a "dad".

    If seen them, you've not,
    Travel close to this spot . . .
    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/showthread.php?t=312171
    And enjoy their cuteness today.



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    Coming and going I see my head turn
    Helplessly looking for his sojourn.

    Not there.
    An absent chair.
    Turned off lights.
    A fire within me ignites.

    If it isn’t passion beloved,
    What sadness and void is this I feel
    And cannot get rid of?

    “I wish I knew how to quit you.”

    Dedicated to my first love.

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    WalkerK,
    Welcome to JUB and the Story Board.

    Thanks for your bittersweet piece of poetry.
    It speaks volumes in its brief simplicity.

    I hope we see more of you around the story board - jump in as a
    presenter and as a reader/commentor.

    The water's fine.
    We hardly ever bite, unless you ask us to, lol.


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    Go into the darkness screaming to find the light that has been buried deep inside your subtle soul.




    My grandpa is about to die...I thought I'd write something a bit different...short and to the point.

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    Ambrocious,
    I'm so sorry to hear about your grandpa.

    There IS light deep within us.
    Take off the bushel basket, and let it shine forth like the Son.


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    Poured into tight jeans
    He oozes sex appeal
    And yet, would you know it
    He's shy...he's my kinda guy
    I catch his eye at last
    And engage him in conversation
    He blushes as if caught
    Right in the middle of masturbation
    His smile warms my heart
    And the sight of his big package
    So warm, and so close
    Does things to that other part

    And at last, at the end of the night
    I feel I've got it right
    He agrees to come away with me
    After hours of talking
    He seems to be fairly easily led
    So imagine my surprise
    When having got him naked
    I find I've got a tiger in my bed

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    Writerman (Andrew, right?)

    A spicy little sonnet of sorts.

    Shy and reserved,
    All that pent up Need,
    So tell me, Writerman, sir,
    Where oh where did he send his seed?

    Thanks for stopping by the Poetry thread
    and being brave, not dread.
    Your contribution is well received, good sir,
    by my top, and bottom, head!

    I know, they're lame,
    but, I try to mind the game.

    Thanks for your contribution.


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    MON AMI ARCHY

    My best friend's name is Archy Balled

    Archy Balled

    is how he's called

    His names in really in step

    with his neighborhood rep

    we went for a morning jog

    and damn that dirty hound dog

    on the run he got the itch

    fucked him self a beagle bitch

    My buddy the best of labs

    caught a case of much worse crabs

    All the time he was sick

    His tender balls he would lick

    When he healed he hit the street

    For fresh new bitches he could meet

    That is why he still is called

    Lord and high MR Archy Balled

    In this world theres no bigger dick

    Or one faster to turn a trick

    I might be a prejudiced Shih Tzu

    But I love him...so would you

    ------------------------------------------

    This ode was prepared for a special person and his pet.

    I hope some one else enjoyed it too.



    Lefty O'Foole (bastard grandson of Robt Burns)
    Dog House, California

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    Lefty, O'Foole, kin of Robbie,
    A right jolly jingle
    of your friend
    Archy Bald's dingle.

    A horny hound dog is he
    Who's not fussy about
    who She be.

    Gave me a good chuckle.
    Thanks for stopping by on a Sunny Morn.


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    Boy am I disappointed.

    Gus never even said the Archy poem sucked even.

    guess I'll go back to JUBBoggle and stay put

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    I thought your poem was very pretty Lefty. Especially that part about "no bigger dick." Magical!

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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    And I thought I paid you a nice compliment - I even tried to write it in Rhyme.

    Who's this Gus character, anyway?


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    Don,

    You did. And I thought I said thank you, if not... I thank you.

    My remark was directed at GUS-tin. Who unless I am screwed

    up again, is Shih Tsu, Archies 'father'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShihTzuTylenol View Post
    ... I've already knocked out two Limericks and a haiku this morning. I'm on a roll!
    I'm embarrassed to say I love limericks and that t-shirt that says "I am the young man from Nantucket."

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    Give that man a Klondike bar!

    Apparently the folks wanted to be clever and do a twist on the Justin theme. Damned hippies. At least they didn't name me Rainbow or Apricot!

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    Or, Kumquat, perchance?
    Now, What kind of a life would you have had in TX with a moniker like TAHT?!


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    Kumquat? You'd have kicked your own ass with a name like that HA!


    May I use that in the 'Words That Sound Dirty But Aren't Really Dirty' thread? Pretty please?

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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    A sudden ache explodes the place
    The place that only you could fill
    Leaving it jagged, ragged and raw
    Like thereís roadkill in my heart
    You were gone, gone into your own life
    In a distant land, holding anotherís hand
    And now suddenly there is this
    postage-stamp-sized photograph on Facebook
    That no amount of zooming can improve
    But instinctively I know itís you; that look
    I knew too well to forget, but whatís this band
    of gold upon your finger? I donít want
    an invite to be your friend. I want it to end
    This jagged, ragged jangling of my memory
    This mushy mess of roadkill in my brain
    This endless throbbing pain of longing
    For release from thinking about the space
    That only you can fill

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    An Other Gay Poem
    _______by Gustin Tylenol III

    Scour lies and mines of eyes
    To see a sea of virtual ties
    Leave behind a scatted bias
    No return once you fly us

    ©2010 Dogpill Publishing

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    I'm serious, it's a gift.

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    Thought is thoughts
    -------------------------------------------

    After moments of silence

    The sudden blare of myriad horn

    And unto this simple life

    Our very first traffic jam is born
    ------------------------------------------

    Deep within the darkest night

    I sallied forth without a light

    Tripped on rocks and slipped on leaves

    Now I'm the one who truly grieves

    My flashlight is one that's old

    And its batteries have grown mold

    But my balls are very hot

    And just bursting with their snot

    And in my tender aching heart

    my love for you has blown apart

    for in the missing of our tryst

    I solved the problem with my wrist
    -----------------------------------------------------

    Thought.....(stolen, not originating with me)

    The world can't end today....can't happen...

    It's already tomorrow in Australia.
    -----------------------------------------------------

    Stupid is as Stupid Does

    Got the feeling so sorry for myself rap.

    Think you're ugly and your world is crap?

    Save the money from the shrink

    Fix yourself a nice big drink

    Change your clothes, do your hair

    Go to WalMart and try not to stare

    Watch the people there who stray

    Around the store most every day

    They are loose and run amok

    You ask your self..just what the fuck

    That should end your poor me rap

    You should be ready for your nap


    -------------------------------------------------------

    Last Word Today

    I didn't do this to be lewd

    Nor did I do it for the post

    I did it for the home cooked food

    So where the fuck is my pot roast

    Yeah I'm just a little crude

    But it was fun being the host

    Hope it helped that attitude.
    ------------------------------------------

    You know,

    Life starts with a squirt..

    Shouldn't it end with a bang?


    Lefty O'Fewl,
    Walt Whitmans Bastard Grandson


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    QUIET! I'm reading Lefty's poem... brb

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    I love how you aren't afraid to pour your soul into your words...I tend to be guarded, but you're helping me open up. Thank you Lefty.


    lol at moldy batteries

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    Gosh 'G'

    I think we better be careful here.

    might have to let in a friend.

    Just one more thing to make us fear

    has it come to this...and thats the end.

    -----------------------------

    They read and write, and write and read

    each others egos they can feed

    to satisfy the tumultuous need

    and gather thoughts that went to seed

    writers are a lonely breed

    with hidden hearts that really bleed

    on each other they often feed

    They read and write and write and read

    -----------------------------------------

    Way over quota now, DON Q will probababbley AUTOLYCUSLY

    have me suspended for this breachment of the publics appetite.



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    Quote Originally Posted by writerman45 View Post
    A sudden ache explodes the place
    Writerman, a poignant, sad poem. A very nice effort. Thank you for sharing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shih Tzu Tylenol
    Kumquat? You'd have kicked your own ass with a name like that HA!

    May I use that in the 'Words That Sound Dirty But Aren't Really Dirty' thread? Pretty please?
    Yes, yes I would have, lol. And, yes, yes you may.

    An Other (would that = Another? lol) Gay Poem -- short, but intriguing, nonetheless, my Acetaminophen infused friend.

    Now to tackle Lefty's entries - I was off for quite a bit today, and there's lots here for me to catch up on. Fear not, I'm up to the task!


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    Hope you got laid and you're in a

    charitable mood Don or

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty
    Way over quota now, DON Q will probababbley AUTOLYCUSLY
    have me suspended for this breachment of the publics appetite.
    Lefty, my dear Nobody's fool,
    why ever would you think ME so cruel?

    Have e'er I been
    Not your friend?

    I lamented your former, short?! demise,
    Your temporary banishment I did despise.

    I, like Gus, our NSAID of choice,
    Enjoy the verse that you give voice.

    Perverse?
    Perchance, Perhaps.

    Playful?
    Positively, Person of Piss-in-your-Pants-Palavering Prodigiousness.

    You brighten our otherwise grey, 1-800-Noa-hArk Day
    With your crude, rude?! break into our solitude!



    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    NonSteroidalAntiInflammtoryDrug

    Thats what "G" is?

    No, you've almost always been a buddy and been there.

    Thses last contributions were a bit of a stretch into fun

    areas but with an underlying message...at least that was

    the goal...well, the important thing is somebody enjoyed them.

    (loved the use of all the p words)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    NonSteroidalAntiInflammtoryDrug
    Thats what "G" is?

    Tylenol = Acetominophen = NSAID, lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    These last contributions were a bit of a stretch into fun
    areas but with an underlying message...at least that was the goal...well, the important thing is somebody enjoyed them.

    (loved the use of all the p words)
    I'm glad you enjoyed the alliteration.
    Chaz and I have played with it, before, and not always been "warmly" received - usually by some of our younger crowd - I don't think they "get" alliteration as a tool for fun factoid frolicking.


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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