Oh those yummy dirty bits

A poem. About bits. Of stuff.

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There are those who will dine

on fine foods and great wine

and who want just the finest of treats

But not me, no, no way

I’m quite proud when I say

Im a fan of the less refined meats

 

Give me Pies filled with heart

though it does make me fart

give me puddings of tripe, brains and balls

though it makes me quite gassy

I can still keep it classy

and with gravy for sure eat it all

 

Give me chicken arse flan

I’m not bothered with ham

give me dishes pile high with pig scrotum

I’ve this recipe for stew

with the balls of gnu

and some others, so good,  ‘cos I wrote ’em

 

Oh I cannot resist

the dark meats on my list

how i crave juicy brains, spine and liver

feed me pies filled with wings

of all high flying things

lick my lips in delight how I shiver

 

Dont cast doubt or dispute

nature’s leftover fruit

say ‘perhaps’ if your offered intestines

you might just take delight

at each savoury bite

as you wash it down with rich red house wines

 

Author: Michael

Husband, dad,programmer, comic collector and proud Yorkshireman. I have no idea why im here or why im writing but i rather enjoy it. no great fan of punctuation;

9 thoughts on “Oh those yummy dirty bits”

  1. Laughing my head off!
    Finishing this comment and reading it again.
    Read so much of your stuff over the last couple of years but this…pretty sure it’s your masterpiece.
    Send it to Greggs…please. It will be their ANTHEM!!!
    Chicken arse flan…Too effing funny

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  2. Thank you kindly I actually published it by accident I have written it and intended to finish it at work but never got round to it and I accidentally scheduled it so it went live. I did had a couple of extra verses also.

    I imagine it might be a little too close to the truth and more like a menu than a poem If I Was to send it to Greggs. That said I can happily eat half a dozen other testicle filled sausage rolls no problem

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