Dead eyed dick and eskimo nell

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In the view of some, Eskimo Nell is in her own way an authentic heroine and, by the yardstick of the sentiments of the poem, gets the better of Dick in the end. It is certainly true that Dick's manhood is belittled in the end by Nell. Nevertheless, some critics see the poem as an example of sex-hate literature. Traditional lyrics There are multiple variations to the poem and some stanzas are left out of certain versions but the basic narrative structure remains constant.

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To his surprise Nell closed her eyes and squealed with ecstasy, She rose to her feet and looked so sweet: "Bully," she said, "for you, Though I might have guessed that was the best you Yankee simps could do. Where you get it in bits as hard as tin in the land where spunk is spunk- not a trickling stream of lukewarm cream, but a solid frozen chunk. When men grow old and their balls get cold and the tips of their knobs turn blue, Looking back on life, 'midst struggle and strife, they could tell you a tale or two. When Dead Eyed Dick and Mexican Pete felt sore, depressed or sad, 'Twas mainly cunt that bore the brunt, though the shootings weren't too bad.

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The True Story of Eskimo Nell

Most of the humour collected here is in the public domain, unless otherwise specified. Just a moose or two or a caribou and a bison cow or so, and for Dead-eyed Dick with his kingly prick such fucking was deadly slow. They knew this trick of Dead-eyed Dick from the Horn to Panama, so with nothing worse than a muttered curse, the dagoes sought the bar.

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