Monday, August 22, 2016

PD248-250. Three classics

The first may be my favorite to relate as I love to lean on the alliteration in L1&2.
There once was a faggot named Feeney
Who enjoyed putting gin on his weenie
Once (being uncouth)
He added vermouth
And slipped his friend Bruce a martini.

A busy young lady named Gloria
Was had by Sir Gerald du Maurier
And then by six men,
Sir Gerald again,
And the band at the Waldorf-Astoria.

A princess who reigned in Baroda
Made her home in a purple pagoda
She festooned the walls
Of her halls with the balls
And the tools of the fools who be-stroda'.

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