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Limerick: Once Cute Pute In Gay Paris Called Miel


Once Cute Pute* in Gay Paris called Miel*
Plied her trade around a Ferris Wheel
Rode them roller coaster
Spun them on wheel later
Got lush cut on fines for police squeal! *

• Pute: stands for “prostitute” in French
• Miel: for “honey” in French
• A new French Bill, dated December 7,2011,
proposes the fining of prostitutes’ clients. French law,
by and large, tolerates the profession, even if overt
solicitation, procuring, and prostitution of minors
IS NOT. According to French law, sexual maturity
is recognised at 15, but for prostitutes 18 is the
legitimate age. Prison sentences range from 2 to 7
for related offences, and fines can run up to €100,000.

© T. Wignesan – Paris,2013

Submitted: Saturday, December 14, 2013
Edited: Sunday, December 15, 2013

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  • Rookie - 672 Points T Wignesan (12/15/2013 3:28:00 AM)

    I'm not sure about that. Perhaps a chain-saw would help. Hi! Thanks for visiting. I've been out and around your neck of the woods. Got family out there. Be seeing you. Every good wish. Wignesan (Report) Reply

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