New on Readwave: A Sexual Peccadillo

As most people know the great crested peccadillo was a large flightless bird (only slightly smaller than the average Welsh canteen manageress), which lived on the island of Feebletrouzers in the Southern Pacific. Unfortunately, the 16th Century sailors who discovered the island of Feebletrouzers eventually hunted the great crested peccadillo to extinction. This was mainly because of the peccadillo’s method of evading predators, which was to engage in an elaborate mime where it pretended to be a door-to-door salesman. Obviously, this subterfuge was totally lost on the seamen, who in that day and age were of a more literal rather than romantic cast of mind. In short, the only thing that interested the sailors about anything was whether they could shag it or eat it.

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Published by David Hadley

A Bloke. Occasionally points at ducks.

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