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There Once Was a Shaper from Dublin. . .

17 Mar

By Marcy Montgomery Jones & Adam Welsch
Naomi & Nicole®

Today’s St. Patrick’s Day.  It’s the day on which everyone loves to embrace all things Irish.  Leprechauns, shamrocks, and the color green will be seen everywhere.  Since we’re bloggers, we’d like to contribute to the Irish spirit with several attempts at some light-hearted poetry that takes its name from Ireland’s third largest city – Limerick.  Though these can be written a bit on the racy side, we’ll do our best to keep our limericks about intimates cute, but clean.

Here goes:

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‘Twas the Night:
A Shapewear Tale*

16 Dec

by Rachel Rumsey
Cupid Intimates

‘Twas the night of Shapewear,when all through the flat,
No street-wear was stirring, not even a hat.
The purses were flung by the couch without care,
In hopes of fun parties attended with flair

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