Everyone Else Has Had More Sex Than Me (TISM)

Everyone Else Has Had More Sex Than Me

By: TISM

Everyone else has had more sex than me.
Everyone else has had more sex than me.

Everyone else has had more sex than me.
Does anyone else get that feeling?
Teenagers naked,
Couple in threes
Grandparents swing from the ceiling.

Everyone else has had more sex than me.
Everyone else has had more sex than me.

Corporate chambers and office amore.
Shenanigans outdoor and in.
Resist and then later your find out there’s more
Regret in not doing the sin.

Our lives have to die
Of that there’s no help
My favourite way to end them
Is the orb-weaver spider’s whose pedipalp
Enters the female pudendum.

Then dies on the spot
His corpse there still stuck,
Left for his rivals to curse at.
He would rather die than not get to f^ck
Personally I reckon it’s worth it.

Everyone else has had more sex than me.
Does anyone else get that feeling?

Everyone else has had more sex than me.
Does everybody else get that feeling?

Does everyone think…

4 Responses to “Everyone Else Has Had More Sex Than Me (TISM)”

  1. Snowy says:

    Thx for bashin that dude 4 me – u know, and Adrian the fish – fuck your father – he is not royalty, u know who

  2. Snowy says:

    I don’t have a fuckin website so don’t put ur rubbish there – eat it, it’s only paper n ur dad wont play with ur shit no more

  3. Gleb says:

    thanks

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