Gaunt Jokes

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    'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through our house
    was blasting the "St. Vitus Dance" by Bauhaus;
    Torn fishnets were draped on my forearms with care,
    And two cans of Aquanet applied to my hair;
    My thoughts were of graveyards, and horror and dread,
    Black visions of pain and despair in my head;
    And Bianca, whose face was as pale as the moon,
    Had thrown up her arm for this evening's swoon,
    When out by the gravestones there came such a clatter,
    I sprang from the coffin to find out the matter.

    Away to the window I flew like a ghost,
    Expecting to find a dark devilish host.
    The moon on the breast of the uncaring snow
    Threw ominous shadows on objects below,
    When, before my tormented eyes did traverse,
    But a gorgeous black Crane & Breed carved-panel hearse,
    With a gaunt, shrouded driver, who filled me with fear,
    And eight skeletal creatures that might have been deer.
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