And That’s Why They Call It “Spooning”

Traditionally, the first Thursday in June
Is for eating your meals with your hands or a spoon
But no forks and, for heaven’s sake, never a knife
Except if you’re actively courting a wife
(Or a left-handed husband), in which case you’d better
Remember to send her (or him) an old sweater
With ketchup (or catsup for him) on the chest.
They’ll know you’re in love by the stain on her breast!

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