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Completing his work in pathology,
Benjamin made no apology:
He developed a pattern
For slaying each slattern
And compiled a killer anthology.

EYEBROW - EZRA

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Bob eyeballed his prof in psychology
Who displayed a distinctive pathology.
Her behavioral pattern
Was that of a slattern,
Which we all should now call bababadalgharaghtakamminarronnkonnbronntonnerronntuonnthunntrovarrhounawnskawntoohoohoordenenthurnukology

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Oops! I didn't see that CB had replied to this.


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There once was a fellow named Ezra
Whose face was a terrible mess-ra,
With just one thick eyebrow.
One can see the lad now
In a clinic just outside Bethesda

(Whew, is that bad.)


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Let's go with this, instead:

Though born with just one thick eyebrow,
And lips that might work on a cow,
This ugly guy, Ezra,
Saw docs at Bethesda,
And - boy! - is he popular now!

COHESIVE - COLD CUTS


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He likes a sandwich that's full of cold cuts.
It's easy to make - no ifs, ands or buts...
Says the mayo's adhesive
(or is that cohesive?)
But don't add onions or olives - That's NUTS!

LOOM - LOREAL

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People don't think most snakes are real cute.
When one looms from the scrub, it's a hoot.
Was it coral or viper?
(Either'd soil your diaper)
One should check for the loreal scute.

NOTEBOOK - NOURISH


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While playing around on her notebook,
Carlita met Donald on Facebook.
In his prose amateurish
He offered to nourish
Her body and soul, as a good cook.


ECSTACY - EDITION

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A lecher named Seamus O'Casey
Showed a prudent lass, Katie C. Stacy,
His worn first edition
Of "Nuns in Perdition,"
But she found it not at all racy.

GRID - GRINDSTONE


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When Tom's wife wanted to live "off-the-grid"
CDs and cellphones she strictly forbid.
"Nose to the grindstone!"
She said in a shrill tone.
She doesn't know there's a TV he hid.


RAMBLE - RANGE

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