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It was fun Avy, wasn't it! A joint adventure.

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A funny young fella, the guys called 'the dreamer',
was having his breakfast juice from the reamer.
His mind was not 'with it'
he forgot his eggs and his biscuit,
His reaction: he fell bruising his femur.


PUTTER/PYLON

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PUTTER - PYLON

My golf game's no good 'cuz my putter
Always sends the balls into the gutter.
If I wrap it with nylon,
Aim straight for the pylon,
Ya think they will go where they oughter?


FLAGSTAFF - FOREIGN

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Don't know much about golf, but great one!


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FLAGSTAFF - FOREIGN

I hate reading philosophers foreign,
Find their thinking incredibly borin'.
At the airport in Flagstaff
I'd read luggage tags half-
Way through before Kierkegaard, Søren.

TAKING - TAMBOURINE

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Love your work, Peter.

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Who plays the tambourine
For what he has not read or seen
For all he is not taking
is a moron in the making
And I wouldn't call him keen

(wink!)

DREADLOCKS D-MINOR

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DREADLOCKS D-MINOR

A young man with magnificent dreadlocks
Hoped to be a key man for the Red Sox.
Played the blues in D-minor
At a small roadside diner:
Couldn't pitch his way out of "The Breadbox."

DICKENS - DIFFERENCE

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A would-be chef with his hands in the mixins,
was brewing up the family's fixins.
His mind in a book
Was all the difference it took
The repast was ruined by Charles Dickens.




NUMEROUS/NUZZLE

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