Blog posts about ’humour’

An arousing afternoon in the meadow

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on monday 1 may 2017

Willow by Lavender Field

For a moment she shut her eyes against the sun’s rays. Then she spread her blanket over the long, soft grass in the meadow next to the lavender field and kneeled down. Slowly she undressed until she was completely naked and felt the warmth of the sun caressing her skin. She looked around nervously. She hoped nobody could see her and quickly overcame her fear. She lay down on the blanket, closed her eyes and enjoyed the warm sensation all over her body. Before long, she fell asleep.

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Santa goes to the doctor

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on tuesday 20 december 2016

Santa Claus by Marcelo Graciano

There are only a few days to go before Christmas and Santa is beginning to feel the pressure of his seasonal vocation. So, he decides to pay a visit to his doctor, who he hasn’t seen since he was a young boy. “My oath,” he mumbles to himself as he pulls up in front of the doctor’s magnificent house in his sleigh, “Doc’s doing well for himself, isn’t he?”

Then he addresses a gatekeeper standing in front of some very fancy gates indeed.

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