Yes, there be bras,
A, B, C, and D-bras,
But no Barbras
Or Bubbas need
Black, gray, or albino,
Lives in a thicket
One horn only
Horn or nose
It’s just the ticket.
But don’t pick it.
(He’s a big booger)
And to fix it
Is a nasty
If it’s out of joint
You’ll get the point
The platypus is extreme,
The only monotreme,
But I kid ya:
It’s a dopey name, but I wouldn’t scoff.
It’s a funny name, but I wouldn’t laugh.
It’s a silly name, but maybe
A dingo ate your baby.
Spot a leopard.
He’ll stay spotted.
Connect the dots.
He can’t change
Make a toucan, but
He’s much stronger
Than a man, see,
So don’t call your chimp
Is an orangey man
Like an OJ container
Or maybe John Boehner.
WILDEBEEST: A wildebeest from head to toe, I gnu it all along.
GRAYLING: a baby born with old man’s hair.
RHESUS MONKEY: a primate that eats only peanut butter cups.
WEASEL: what a miniaturist props his canvas on.
PANTHER: what a Nazi tank driver with a lisp calls his vehicle.
DOLPHIN: an appendage on a toy action figure of Aquaman.
CROCODILE: a system introduced by AT & T between rotary dialing and button dialing in which the caller hits the desired numbers with plastic footwear. It was not popular.
HYENA: a pot-smoking Ena.
EMU: a digital Mu
MOO-COW: more trustworthy than an Oink-Cow
BADGER: a naughty Goodger
KATYDID: how Katherine’s little brother answers the question, “Who did this?!”
LLAMA: what a stuttering Tibetan calls his spiritual leader.
WASP: past tense of Wisp.
GRAYLING: a baby born with old man hair.
BUTTERFLY: when the oleomargarine dish falls in your lap.
BUMBLE BEE: a gathering of stumble bums.
RATTLE SNAKE: a Roto-Rooter instrument for clearing baby toys.
DROMEDARY: a very emotional frozen custard stand.
CAPON: Bruce Wayne in costume.
SOCKEYE SALMON: what the ayatollah would like to do to Rushdie
OYSTER: a mensch given to exclamations of dismay.
KOALA: working with, and in no way inferior to, ALA.
OPOSSUM: adj: equally or nearly as awesome as OPE.
DRAGON FLY: when you're unzipped all the way to the ground.
VIPER: for vashing your vindshield
COCKATOO: answer to the question, “Was Cocka there also?”
QUARTER HORSE: two or more very reasonable prostitutes.
LADY BUG: the wife of Baron Bug.
MARMOSET: all eight marmos.
WHIPPOORWILL: what the marriage counselor told Will.
TYRANNOSAURUS REX: Oedipus’ non-incestuous brother.
CHINCHILLA: a chilla blooming beneath your lower lip.
PIGLET: 3.14 glet-units