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Tips For Teens I

by Seahorse 

Posted: 10 February 2004
Word Count: 12

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Your chances of a snog diminish
With every onion that you finish

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Fearless at 12:49 on 10 February 2004  Report this post
There endeth the lesson, as to why one should never order a pickled onion with their fish and chips during the school lunch break. Maybe that's why there are so few chippies around these days.

Two lines reminding me of school days, thanks.


miffle at 15:14 on 10 February 2004  Report this post
Pithy poem - 'snog' now there's a word I haven't heard for a while! miffle ;-)

tinyclanger at 17:05 on 10 February 2004  Report this post
I'm with Miffle, 'snog' is splendid..used to chew away for hours!
Is this going to be a series, I'm sure there are millions more just waiting to be pennned. Lok forward to reading them, if so.

Seahorse at 08:51 on 11 February 2004  Report this post
It could be a series. It depends upon how many times I deign to transport myself back to the halcyon days of jealousy and bogeys.

Anna Reynolds at 10:34 on 11 February 2004  Report this post
Seahorse, please do transport yourself and soon- this is a delight, more please. A poem that fits the word 'pithy.'

Elsie at 21:11 on 18 February 2004  Report this post
Great, love a witty two-liner. Keep 'em coming.

Kara at 16:35 on 08 March 2005  Report this post
perfect. except perhaps you could add a new poem about the use of the toothbrush (Polos don't work!) best wishes

paul53 [for I am he] at 10:44 on 14 March 2005  Report this post
do not make your chances worse
always to garlic be averse

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