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 Bedtime Story (A bit Naughty)

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PostSubject: Bedtime Story (A bit Naughty)   April 16th 2010, 8:53 pm

Bedtime Story (A bit Naughty)

That summer in England was a bit of a lie
Two days in June and three in July
August a joke, September was worse
Even the saintly muttered and cursed
Norman, blessed with all money he’d won
From a flea bitten nag at two hundred to one
Escaped from the misery, the murk, and the rain
Took his white knees for a touch up in Spain
Dark eyed Senoreta’s, the wine and the Pizza’s
Set his testosterone up, to a dangerous rate
He drowned his ardour in ten pints of lager
Set his sights on acquiring a mate
He sussed the nightly dance would be his main chance
Of love, of romance and all he could wangle
On his chest, stuck on hair, his nipples laid bare
Round his neck, a medallion, left to dangle
He spotted her there on a bar side chair
His randy heart thumping with passion
Shy and demure full of beckoning allure
Supping brandy, like it was going out of fashion
They waltzed and they tangoed
Jived and fandangoed
On leaving she slipped him a note
"Heaven for thee, waits in room twenty three
Don’t worry about brining yer coat"
He opened her door at twenty past one
Slipped into the bed to sample some fun
Oh! The shock, humiliation and shame
As she squealed “Hullo pet, what’s your name?
“Dear boy what a joy
I’ll slip out of my nightie
Though I’m past eighty three
You’ll find me quite sprightly”
Well, we best leave it there
There is no more to tell
But isn’t a voice sighing
“Aw shucks, what the hell”
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PostSubject: Re: Bedtime Story (A bit Naughty)   April 17th 2010, 7:57 am


Shades of Benny Hill ! ! I love it. I can just hear old Benny reciting this one. Great storytelling. The inline rhyme was a treat as well. Loved your closing. Can we say 'cougar' boys and girls. cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Bedtime Story (A bit Naughty)   April 17th 2010, 7:59 pm

enjoyed this tale of lucky ole Norman, the rhyimg of the word "fandangoed" made me laugh out loud. Wonderfully crazy stuff my friend. Enjoyed much.

~ Daniel
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PostSubject: Re: Bedtime Story (A bit Naughty)   April 30th 2010, 4:58 pm

very good
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PostSubject: Re: Bedtime Story (A bit Naughty)   April 30th 2010, 6:13 pm

That rhymed so smoothly it was like chocolate sauce, incredible and very amusing, where were you when i ran my Benny Hill competition?
I loved your description of Norman with medallion and stuck on chest hair lol. Exalt


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PostSubject: Re: Bedtime Story (A bit Naughty)   May 1st 2010, 10:39 pm

What a great story...I too had visions of that funny man Benny Hill and his slap stick humour. Very well rhymed and a very enjoyable tale.
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