Michael Edwards

STIFF ZIP

 

 

 

STIFF ZIP

 

His zip is stiff and needs a tug

‘Take my advice’ says I quite smug,

‘try some unction  liberally applied

right down the front and on the inside’.

 

Well it seems to work and the bonus is

his willy slides out with the greatest of ease.

Comments8

  • Goldfinch60

    That unction can work wonders.

  • orchidee

    Swoon! Not unction of Last Rites? Not that I believe in that ritual. Could he use it again?! Not if Last Rites!

    • Michael Edwards

      No - not last rites - first lefts Orchi

    • dusk arising

      There's a sexual junction
      lubricates well with unction
      but have the wherewithall
      for a timely withdrawl
      lest u leave her 'up the junction'

      i haven't heard that word for i dont know how long. Now i have the compunction to find a use for some unction.

      • Michael Edwards

        It's a lovely word - i've been saving it up for a while now.

      • ANGELA & BRIAN

        Good afternoon Uncle Mike ! For your information ZIPS were invented 170 yeras ago my a Man called HOWE - Dont ask me HOW ! Now that Im a Married Lady Brian has informed that Men have two problems with Zips. One the *Stuck Zip* which you have described and the other is the *Quick Zip* which traps the Memeber & is appearently very painful ! WE ladies have no trouble with our Zips except when there is too much of us for the material & the Zip to contain !
        Love the DUCK FMILY - US soon I hope

        Blessings to You & Yours.
        Love Angela & Brian πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›

        • Michael Edwards

          Once you've navigated the zip you've got to navigate the underpants - not always as easy as it may seem. Like looking for a needle in a hatstack.

        • FredPeyer

          A zip and a doodle....zipadoodle

        • Neville

          Will it stay put when he weeturns it tho πŸ˜ŽπŸ·πŸ‘that is the question

          Stay well sir... oh and I love those ducks

        • The Uneducated O.A.P

          Just wondered will unction help the malfunction of the truncheon? Stay well, Bill

        • MendedFences27

          This magical anointment is readily available at your local alipterium or elaeothesium or maybe even your local repair garage, especially if your driving an old Willys.
          Keep the humor coming. I love it.- Phil A.

          P.S. They look more like geese to me.

          • Michael Edwards

            Co9uld be geese - another humerous one today



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