The class is given an assignment to write a poem about Thanksgiving day and read it in front of the class. Knowing Little Johnny's propensity for dirty language, the teacher warns him to keep it clean. So when it's Little Johnny' s turn to recite his poem, he says:
"He laid her on the table
So white, clean and bare.
His forehead wet with beads of sweat
He rubbed her here and there.
He touched her neck and then her breast
And then drooling, felt her thigh.
The slit was wet and all was set,
He gave a joyous cry.
The hole was wide... he looked inside
All was dark and murky.
He rubbed his hands and stretched his arms
And then he stuffed the turkey!"
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