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"Fair Maiden, whilst thou take my hand and walk with me?" said Kenric.
I smell a randy young buck, thought Editha.
"You are slender of hip and elegant of stride, you bring splendour to my day."
"Thank you, sir, but I believe your intentions may not be honourable."
"Such wisdom. I admit my trouser snake dost requireth some sport."
"What misdeeds dost thou have in mind for thy venomous viper?"
"The grass is tall, the sun is high and I desire to pop-eth thy cherry."
"That ship hath sailed, barely three full moons ago."
"Damn!" said Kenric, skulking off.

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    Ricky Moore over 3 years ago

    ''pop-eth thy cherry'' haha! Loved it mate!

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    Jason Mott over 3 years ago

    Great stuff! Shakespeare meets Danielle Steele, meets Monty Python.

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    Frenchie over 3 years ago

    Great write :-)

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    Geraldine Messin over 3 years ago

    L@L at the trouser snake wanting some sport.

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    Bryan Thomas over 3 years ago

    Many thanks, Ricky, Jason, Francine and Geraldine. :o)

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    Julie over 3 years ago

    Ha, ha! Love it!

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    Bryan Thomas over 3 years ago

    Thank you, Julie!

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