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Cussin’ Cousins

Cussin’ cousins like to swear

So much they suffocate the air

With sailor mouths so far out at sea

The air’s choked of any purity


Each other is their aunty’s child

And they really drive their uncles wild

By blaming each other’s father’s tongue

For teaching swear words to the young


And the aunts will never know where they heard

For the first time each carefully crafted curse word

Because it’s not cool to double-cross a cussin’ chum

Especially when it’s your mum’s mum!


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