Mokhu #?


Mokhu #?


Hello amigo, a tequila to go Por favour, oh’ and

two, or should one say dos these days

dirty margarita’s, from down below if you please ..



  • Author: Neville (Offline Offline)
  • Published: July 23rd, 2022 02:28
  • Comment from author about the poem: this is not rude by the way ..
  • Category: Unclassified
  • Views: 45
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  • Doggerel Dave

    Google is a little ambivalent with respect to the title of your piece, Neville.
    Given that, and your suggestion that it ain't rude, but forced to take into consideration Fay's commentary (Sorry Fay) I am very much afraid I shall have to draw my own conclusions..........

    • Neville

      I can see I'm gonna have to start calling you Leonardo sir .. drawing conclusions though is a risky business & can be dangerous .. we is innocent guv'nor n no kidding πŸ™‚

    • orchidee

      I might faint if it was rude.... lol. You know I'm prone to swoons.

      • Neville

        Fainting is for pussies n pooches (take heed Fido) whereas swooning is for Guinea-pigs n assorted rodents πŸ™‚

      • Fay Slimm.

        Ha - -- Hic ! -- so mi amigo this is your take on penning the meaning of Mokhu adorned I might say with the usual exotic inuendoes - methinks if ya make mine a tequila I might join your un-rude drinkin' interlude down below.................. x

        • Doggerel Dave

          Hi Fay - I'm glad (as I'm sure Neville is also) to see you back. Woz your journey one of exploration or contemplation? If the latter, then quite possibly a tequila.....or two could provide a satisfying consolation...

          • Neville

            Upon my very word dear Fay, you are far too generous by half ........................... N πŸ™‚ x

          • Dove

            Amigo , a mΓ­ me gusta margaritas de fresas,

            • Neville

              Make mine a dubble, or dare I say ..Te debo uno, y si te quedas, te darΓ© uno πŸ™‚

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