Our third collection of funny poetry about life includes poems about depilation, defecation and drugs, but by now you should know to expect the unusual.
The call from the authorities for travellers to be constantly vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour leaves the poem's protagonist in a quandary.
A little lavatorial humour in Paul's poem about the stupidity of men.
A joke retold in the form of a poem, which is genuinely funny and only slightly disparaging about the female residents of Essex.
Men wax their cars, women wax their underarms, their legs and other unmentionable areas of their anatomy. Discuss. Or disgust?
A poem about gay men, which reinforces a few stereotypes and explodes a popular myth.
A poem about drug taking which involves and amusing role reversal.
For once the anglo-american linguistic confusions thrown up by the website are turned on their head, in that I'm left explaining to English readers that American cookies are like English biscuits, only twice size and as four times as fattening.
Followers of Paul's kitchen sink poetry will not be surprised to find it wandering on occasion into the laundry room.
An amusing poem about drug taking which revolves around a glorious pun.