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Dentist Alternative



A patient told the dentist, “To tell the truth,
I don’t like gas or needles, not since my youth”.
That’s when the dentist said,
“Here’s some Viagra instead,
To make something to hold when I pull that tooth”.

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I just wanted to see if I could write a limerick. It says they are humorous and frequently rude, so I thought I'd give it a try.

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Written on September 10, 2018

Submitted by UJ on August 08, 2021

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