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    there was a young lady from Swansea
    who tried to have sex in her Onesea;
    the sound of her fumbles
    was heard in the Mumbles
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    line V please bach. there's lovely look you.
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    I thought you required help in making a welsh rarebit. Got a banging recipe. Disappointed now
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    And all the sheep ran to their mumsies?
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    (Original post by Messalina)
    I thought you required help in making a welsh rarebit. Got a banging recipe. Disappointed now
    yeah but no but yeah

    please share your recipe with us

    do you use special cheese ?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    And all the sheep ran to their mumsies?
    sheep.... that is good. all rude things involving Wales must reference sheep.

    the rhyme does not really have legs. unlike the sheep :rofl:
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    "Onesea"?

    Don't you mean onesie?
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    While she fell onto a sheep's ****, how clumsy?

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    (Original post by the bear)
    sheep.... that is good. all rude things involving Wales must reference sheep.

    the rhyme does not really have legs. unlike the sheep :rofl:
    What do you mean no legs?
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    (Original post by the bear)
    yeah but no but yeah

    please share your recipe with us

    do you use special cheese ?
    A mixture of cheeses - double Gloucester, Cheshire, Cheddar, Lancashire are all good (hard cheese bascially)
    Seedy wholemeal bread, cut thick
    Stout or ale (the darker the better)
    1 egg yolk
    English mustard
    Worcester sauce

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    (Original post by goku24)
    While she fell onto a sheep's ****, how clumsy?

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    yes, this is v.good 7/10.

    the rhyme is not quite there :dontknow:... would you like to try again ?
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    (Original post by Messalina)
    A mixture of cheeses - double Gloucester, Cheshire, Cheddar, Lancashire are all good (hard cheese bascially)
    Seedy wholemeal bread, cut thick
    Stout or ale (the darker the better)
    1 egg yolk
    English mustard
    Worcester sauce

    NOM
    bear™ approves your recipe. please send 2 slices immediately. :borat:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    What do you mean no legs?
    mumsies does not rhyme 100% with Swansea or Onesea. Maybe 55% :dontknow:
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    (Original post by snowyowl)
    "Onesea"?

    Don't you mean onesie?
    yes, yes i do. but it makes the poem even more hilarious to have this new spelling
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    (Original post by the bear)
    yes, yes i do. but it makes the poem even more hilarious to have this new spelling
    ...Does it?
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    (Original post by snowyowl)
    ...Does it?
    yes

    PS feel free to submit a line.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    mumsies does not rhyme 100% with Swansea or Onesea. Maybe 55% :dontknow:
    And she started do sheep for funsies
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    And she started to do sheep for funsies
    this is much much better. your rhyme is now 85%
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    And her screams were heard from Llansawel.

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    :rofl:
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    And her screams were heard from Llansawel.

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    that is great local color Jebedee. Does Llansawel rhyme with Swansea ?
 
 
 
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