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Since I have just finished reading Peter Pan for the first time, I can forgive most anything, even if it's all a croc.

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Said Peter to Wendy, "Let's fly!"
She tought he meant up in the sky.
But, despite what he'd said,
She ended in bed
With a scream, then a satisfied sigh!

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Maize, maize, a cash crop that pays
Mash, mash, make it nice and fast
Boil it for an hour
Longer makes it sour
Moonshine, moonshine, unsurpassed

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Jim Barrie sure knew how to write
A story to thrill and excite.
Children now handle passion
In full adult fashion,
And leave windows open at night.

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Good, Peter, but I am not convinced, no open windows
where I live.


----please, draw me a sheep----
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No, but you are not a child. Leaving windows open is in addition to adult passion fashion, not an example of it. At least in my latest world construct.

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Whatever happened to
HAPAX LEGOMENA,
Proferred by J-J from
Low Aberdeen?

Happy I am to re-
Spond double-dactylly,
Limerick, no, but
Perhaps in between.


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Dimorphism's always overt
In sport, where the hue of a shirt
Identifies teams
And inspires the fans' dreams,
Unless it is hidden by dirt.

HOOCH HOOPLA

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Originally Posted By: wofahulicodoc
Whatever happened to
HAPAX LEGOMENA,
Proferred by J-J from
Low Aberdeen?

Happy I am to re-
Spond double-dactylly,
Limerick, no, but
Perhaps in between.

You missed my post about
Lexicographical
Oddities, in which the
Term may be seen.

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At New Year's, at midnight, a smooch,
Generated by excess of hooch.
In general, the hoopla
Entails more than a coopla
Large flagons of champagne or Scootch.

HASTY PUDDING HAVE

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