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Desert Head

Desert Head The tales they told of ole sailor Fred, Had skin-grafts a grafted on top of his head, To keep out the baldness, a triangular patch, Touch of a p smell coming, perhaps, with the new hairy faerie thatch, stay upwind & have a care, They Hand grafted his pubic hair, The curly stuff sort-ov a growing there, no cause for blinking despair, like a new turf a growing instead, on yester-years billiard ball head, there goes Freddy the Lair * : }- tuit sweet, complete with new hare, and the curls begot curls, so they said, {pretty boy} Don Johnson

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  1. Date: 3/11/2014 4:47:00 AM
    - I almost put the coffee stuck in my throat ..... gave me a good laugh, Don!! - Well done :))) - oxox // Anne-Lise :))))