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Saturday, May 1, 2010

"Mother Goose Day": Naughty Adult Rhymes!

Before I start, I've got some great news! "Strip Poker for Two", an erotic romance book by April Ash, tied for first place in the "Best Book Title Contest at: http://thebookboost.blogspot.com
Check my website for information about the book: http://www.aprilash.net.

Yep...It's the official "Mother Goose" Day! But this blog is NOT for kids!

Just the mention of "Mother Goose" brings back childhood memories of quirky tales I loved as a child...ones each generation imparts to the next. Do you have a favorite? Jack and Jill? Little Bo Peep?

Consider these rhymes as tales for adults by "tweaking" them...and you can come up with some naughty wording to fill a page!

Jack and Jill went up the hill
and lovemaking they did do
they did this every day they could
Now Jill will eat for two.


Jack be nimble
Jack be quick
Let's make it a threesome
So go call Rick.




Little Jack Horner sat in a corner
eating his Christmas pie
he spread some on me
and ate heartedly
and contentedly I did sigh.

Peter , Peter, pumpkin eater
had a wife and couldn't keep her
Made love to her every night
Never did she stray from sight.


Simple Simon met a callgirl
going to the fair
Said Simple Simon to the callgirl

Let me taste your ware.

Said the callgirl to Simple Simon
Show money and your dick
Said Simple Simon to the callgirl
No money but I'm quick!

So how many rhymes can you convert to naughty short tales that would make Mother Goose blush? Book idea: Madam Goose Tales for Naughty Adults!

Photos: Flickr: M.V.Jantzen, Max Sparber's photostreams.

http://www.mariannestephens.net
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5 comments:

Tina Donahue said...

Congrats on your first place tie, Marianne - awesome title!!! :)

Sandy said...

LOL I had no idea you were so bad.

Congrats again, April/Marianne.

jean hart stewart said...

Conratulations, and thanks for gettng my day off to such a good start. Love the Mother Goose. Don't think I'll read them to my granddaughter though!

Molly Daniels said...

Congrats on the first place!

LOVED the Simple Simon one:)

April Ash said...

Thank you all and make up some rhymes, too!
Marianne/April

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