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New hubby wasn't real talkative.
As for parenting, let's say he was balkative.
When it came time to tamper
With junior's full Pampers,
Daddy became downright walkative.

SANITORIUM - SANDHI


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Oh! I laughed out loud at that one!

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Thanks. I approach them with that goal in mind, so I can chalk up at least one success!

I couldn't think of a single word to rhyme with "talkative." Is there such a word?


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Whether average or valedictorian,
Our posters don't let their past worry'em.
Didja ever think Blondie
Would notice a sandhi?
Well, it happens in our sanitorium!

DEATHBED - DEBUT


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Suzanne was a regular Meth Head
Who drew crazy cartoons like Berke Breathed.
But her artwork’s debut
Was received with a “boo”
And her studio turned into her deathbed.


WHIMPER - WHISKER

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Old Katie let Beauregard pimp her,
Though her johns couldn't be any limper.
'Twas a financial risk: her
Great stench and her whisker
Would cause them to shudder and whimper.

INFAMY - INFIELD


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Fortune and fame was their destiny
'Til their drug use came under much scrutiny.
Stars of the infield:
Canseco and Sheffield,
Joined Bonds and McGwire in infamy.

CLOSE CALL -- CLOVE

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To my pot-bellied pig I've grown close.
Call his name, and he wiggles his nose.
Now bake ham in the stove
With brown sugar and clove,
And tell me you don't think it's gross.

EXPLORER - EXPRESSLY


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Christopher was an explorer.
Isabella: did he adore her!
But his ship, it did sink.
It was not in the pink,
Due expressly to the emerald ash borer.

GALLEY--GANDER

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Way to bring History into the modern day! Hurrah!


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