Paul's second collection of funny twisted poems veers even further towards the extremes of taste and decency. It's not that the poems are rude, crude or dirty; it's just that a proportion of the poems offend against good taste. You feel deep down that you shouldn't be enjoying the poem, but you just can't help yourself.
Funny, twisted and anti-Welsh. For may people this will be the perfect poem.
A poem of sex and depravity, which is relieved by a deliciously funny twist in the tail.
A twisted funny blonde poem. If you need a explanation of the blonde genre of literature - poems, jokes and shaggy shag stories - you may do well to skip the poem.
A poke - hybrid joke-poem - about a husband's desire to increase the dimensions of his membrum virilis, which predictably disastrous results.
A shaggy shag poem, if you'll allow further mixing of the metaphors, about a lonely eagle soaring high in search of sex.
It's difficult to describe A Night With A Fit Bird without destroying the poem's climactic anti-climax.
Sage advice for discordant couples delivered in Paul's inimitable style. By sage, I really mean satisfying, impractical and likely to end in divorce.
A dinner table exchange sees the husband having the last word. But will he have the last laugh?
A parody of the nursery rhymes Little Red Riding Hood which has a contemporary twist and funny denouement .
A funny poem about Paul's twin obsession. By which I mean Paul's obsession with twins, and with sex, and sometimes with all three.