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John Milton…

… after a few too many.

Margaret Soltan, September 24, 2010 4:27AM
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6 Responses to “John Milton…”

  1. Dave Stone Says:

    With syntax inverted John Milton
    Would chew through the ladies like Stilton:
    “Paradise lost?
    Not ’til I exhaust
    This lass and my member is wiltin’.”

  2. Dave Stone Says:

    Though my epics are priggish and long,
    I go weak for a girl in a thong.
    Rule hell or serve in heaven?
    Since this angel’s a 10.7,
    I think I can hardly go wrong.

  3. Margaret Soltan Says:

    chew through the ladies like Stilton is excellent, Dave.

  4. Dave Stone Says:

    Samuel Johnson’s Paradise Lost comment that “no one ever wished it longer” cries out for limerickification. Sadly, I just couldn’t come up with anything that scanned, even by the loose standards of (my) limericks.

  5. Fretful Porpentine Says:

    How about Yankee Doodle-ification?

    Of man’s first disobedience
    With the loss of Eden,
    Sing, O Muse, for ages hence,
    And if you won’t, I’m leavin’.

    Evie, don’t you eat that fruit,
    Evie, don’t believe him!
    Evie, don’t you eat that fruit —
    DAMN! Women just can’t reason.

  6. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Sheer artistry, Fretful Porcupine.

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