"Mathew, ah, Broken nose New Hampshire and Cauliflower Ear Maine were settled by refugees from the Canadian Boxer Rebellion of 1961. The Canadian presence is still powerful in the twin cities manifested by the word “ay” in just about every sentence, in local newspapers, television, radio, and screamed out by many women in the throes of sexual ecstasy: AYYYYYYYYY…
(a version posted earlier)
“Fannie, women in both, um, Cauliflower Ear Maine and Broken Nose New Hampshire have breasts that fit right on their chests as if that’s right where they go, the breasts, right on the chest there, fitting perfectly on the ladies chests, just as if they go right there on the chest, and rising perfectly out from the women’s chests in various shapes and sizes, you know right on the chest there -- Ay.” (edited 8/1/20)
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