Wednesday, October 26, 2016

2275. Cleanup batter

A fellatrix named Linda O'Doul
Excels at caressing your tool
As she gives a great blow
Her tongue moves to and fro
When you're done, even swallows your gruel!


  1. How do you other posters feel about diphthongs?

    In today's post I have rhymed (falsely, maybe?) 'Doul' and 'tool' with the 2-syllable 'gruel.'

    Frankly, I cannot sound those first two words WITHOUT their seeming to have 2 syllables, i.e., they come out 'Dou-el' and 'tu-el.'

    I already know what my brother (OkieJokey in this forum) will say. What do you less-sticklerish readers think?

  2. What I think of diphthongs? Personally, I wouldn't diph them in any liquid, let alone wear them. They're bum floss and serve no purpose other than to arouse men, and to avoid a panty line in tight pants, dresses and skirts. They would drive me nuts as they feel like a permanent wedgy up your... derriere, followed by an urge to pull it out. I don't mind wearing small lacy undies, let's say, but the diphthongs are one step away from entering the bowels, bladder and uterus. No thanks!

    Oh, wait a minute, you meant the sound formed by the combination of two vowels in a single syllable? Oh well then! In that case, I'd say tolerance and flexibility should be practiced when using them, especially in rhyming, as the one-vowel form is so close in sound to the two-vowel form, that it is not a big deal. No one, including me, loses sleep over it, and neither should you!