The Truth About KissingMen scorn to kiss among themselves, and scarce would kiss a brother;But women want to kiss so bad, they kiss and kiss eachother
Chestnut TreeBoth he and she sat under a chestnut treeEating peanuts were both she and heFirst he kissed herand then caressed herAnd then the tree fell downAnd broke her chest protector.They were then marriedAnd lived snappily ever after
RECIPE- LoveTake 1 arm full of pretty girls1 scoop of handsome boys1 lovely face2 laughing brown or blue eyes2 rosey cheeksand 2 lips like strawberriesMix well together and the result will be astonishingTake 1 lb of love2 lips well pursed4 hands clasped1 shady tree1 narrow branchStir well together and serve with frostingTake a little moonlightPress 1 small hand to a large hand so as not to attract attention2 oz of romance1 or 2 whispersDissolve 1/2 dozen glances into a quart of hesitation and 2 oz of hesitationAdd kisses on blushing cheeks to tasteTake one man in love1 girl not quite convincedPlace together in a pie crust with 2 chairs and stir slowlyAdd a light splash of happiness, a dash of spice, and a heaping tsp full of guinnessSprinkle with an afternoon sunshine sifted through June foliage and keep away until wanted.Shelf Life- Forever.
Would You?If in the world there was but twoAnd you knew that no one knewWould You?If we were in pajamas blue,And great big arms encircling youWould You?If we were in a certain placeWith nothing between us but a piece of laceWould You? Kiss me my love. Goodnight
ClotheslineI love you littleI love you mightyI wish your pajamaswere next to my nightie.Now don't get excitedand lose your head,I meant on the clotheslineand not in the bed.