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Sure thing, RC.
You crack the whip and I'll make the trip.
The two new words are...

SANSKRIT - SARCASM

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OMG, your conservative wit
Makes me laugh till my sides ache and split!
(That's sarcasm I'm using;
Your meaning's abusing
Us liberals. Speak in Sanskrit.)

PECTORAL PEEP

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Remember reading The Naked Ape by Desmond Morris?

Individuals die while so far the clade is immortal
Because evolution put boobs on the female pectoral
Boobs are a sexual attraction
One peep spurs manly action
And frontal copulation helps them find the right portal laugh



QUOTA - RABBIT


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Very clever, jj! smile


A rabbit tastes good in a pie
With onions and carrots Oh My!
If its done in a rota-
Ting oven, my quota
Of happiness quite fills the sky.

DISCREPANT - DISGRACE


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All Right! Very clever, Jenny.

Never had it Rhuby, but my mouth is watering.

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Oh, I can assure you that poem was written from the heart. I used to catch bunnies, mostly to sell, but we always had one a week, either as a stew (if it was an older one,) or a pie. Occasionally, if we got a really young one, my wife would coat it in butter and herbs, wrap it in foil, and very bengtly roast ift. Mmmmmm!!
Now, I don't catch rabbits and the ones you get in the butchers shop are expensive, and usually cage-bred, which don't have anything like the flavour.


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I've actually never had it, but it does sound delicious.
Over here their "cuteness" prohibits a lot of eating.
So often even on TV they show some cowboy getting the
critter, and later roasting it. Probably all plastic
or rubber critters. Because there is always a notice
at the end of the show: "No animals were hurt in the
production of this film/show".


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Oh, the hypocrisy of humankind! No-one ate a hamburger without hurting (i.e., killing!)an animal! Or a whole host of other foods, for that matter.
If you don't like anmals being hurt become a vegetarian.
(And there's nothing wrong on that, either)


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Or wooly mammoth early on in our history. I think they are
kind of cute too.


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Well, they were victims of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Mind you, I s'pose you could say that of the coneys that strayed into my snares .........


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