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Author Name: FreeWind Whisperer 1 Comments
Date Added: April 01, 2005 20:04:09 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Polka Accident (Limerick)

Once there was a man from Canada
He loved to do the polka
He tripped and fell
His knee did swell
Then he was a hurting fellah.

Feb.18/2005

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Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on April 1, 2005 08:59:27 PM Report
CUTE SO DARN CUTE!! ((SMILES))~ SHE




 


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