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  Spring Chicken
by Patrick A Granfors
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Fair warning gentlemen.


“I know you’re no spring chicken,”

The rooster rudely crowed

“Your little comb flaps when you walk

Because you’re pigeon toed”

 

“Your breasts they are a-saggin’

And your feather’s turnin’ gray

But still I gotta service you

So that them eggs you’ll lay”

 

With that he did his barnyard mount

But the chicken held on tight

She had him where it counted

And hung on with all her might

 

Soon his eyes began to spin

As he flapped his wings in vain

He begged her to release him

Then he passed out from the pain

 

The scene caused such commotion

The farmer came to check their coop

He caught his rooster fast asleep

So he turned him into soup

 

The moral of this story

If you choose to mock your mate

You’ll end up in hot water

And she’ll have your estate

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright © 2012 Patrick Granfors

 

 




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Reviewed by Eileen Granfors 4/18/2012
Oh, honestly, That's what he gets for dragging ageism into it!
Reviewed by Lonnie Hicks 4/17/2012
Made me laugh. Thanks for the good cheer this morning.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 4/17/2012
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh this was such fun! Thanks for the great big smile this morning! ~Elizabeth
Reviewed by Paul Berube 4/16/2012
;-) lol well done
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 4/16/2012
Hahahahahahahahahaha! Nuff' said!


Anna
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 4/16/2012
HA!!
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 4/16/2012
Whimsy tale Patrick. Fun to read and laugh !!!!
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/16/2012
Is your wife out of town again??!!
Reviewed by pat medlin 4/15/2012
oh patrick...wonder where you'll roost tonight
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 4/15/2012
Whimsal delight until dinnertime
*Patrick* as you set the table!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/15/2012
I buy everything but the chicken breasts. Ever see a little chick suckling? Only the human female variety.

Ron
Reviewed by jude forese 4/15/2012
hopefully, she'll refrain from cutting off your cock-a-doodle-doo ...
Reviewed by Richard King 4/15/2012
Just what we all need, some barnyard hussy killing the mood, then some dastardly old farmer turning us into food.... But what a way to go out.

Still laughing, Dick

Another old one….. Why don’t chickens pee????? Because they eat with their pecker
Reviewed by Tom Hyland 4/14/2012
PAT ... REMINDS ME OF A CHILDHOOD RIDDLE ...

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A ROOSTER & A PROSTITUTE?

THE ROOSTER SAYS: "COCKLE-DOODLE-DO" ...
THE 'PRO' SAYS: "ANY-COCK'L-DO!"

Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 4/14/2012
Roses are red, violets are blue, and the hen she cries, a cock a cock will do. Bless ya!
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 4/14/2012
ouch
Reviewed by John Coppolella 4/14/2012
The grand finale, at the last he learned not to deny her, when the cock crew thrice!

Starman
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/14/2012
Yuk.Yuk. . . . er . . . Cluck.Cluck.
Reviewed by Mark Lichterman 4/14/2012
Uh, is this called "Chicky Porno"?
Cute... cute ... cute
Mark
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 4/14/2012
Personal experience, Pat...?

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