There was an old girl from Seville….

Hmmmm….

Imagine my great joy when I looked at my page today, to find people in 7 different countries had been looking at my blog within the space of a couple of hours.

Oh, the elation! Oh, the excitement!

 

Now imagine how I felt to find that, instead of reading one of my more imaginative articles, or even one of my more educational ones, they had all focused on one article…. “The Schwazzenegger Radius“.

A humourous little aside, dreamt up in a drunken stupor. A satirical quip aimed at one of the least competent politicians to have ever graced the Earth.

 

Well, now I see what the people really want from me, who am I not to oblige them with more?

 

So, in honour of everyone who read my blog today, I present to you a poem to tickle your delight:

 

Their was an old girl from Seville,

Who tried dynamite stick for a thrill,

The found her vagina,

In South Carolina,

And bits of her tits in Brazil.

 

I thank you 😉

 

 

Cheers for reading the blog guys. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoy writing it 😉

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