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5 salutary limericks

Never make love with your friend
No don't ever fall for that trend
Her seductive wiggle
Made us both giggle
And I fell out of her bed in the end

The trouble really started I suppose
With having both fallen into a doze
Didn't go home but instead
Both took a rest on her bed
Having mistakenly shaken off clothes

Such great friends for so very many years
But her laughter drove her finally to tears
For she wasn't very impressed
At first sight of me undressed
Thus enforcing any self doubts and fears

We are still best of friends but we think
Before partaking together in any drink
For a large glass of brandy
May make one of us randy
And back into bed we slowly may sink

So No never make love with your mate
Think hard before it gets a bit too late
It's not nice and not a little rude
Laughing at a mate in the nude
And the value of friendship's too great

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