Sunday, July 31, 2011

CONTEST- 'It's a Great Date to Ovulate'

Congratulations to our randomly selected winners:

1) Anonymous said...
My name is Cassey and my eggs are cracked. They slack but not as bad as this poem. I would like this checker so I can get my husband's pec.....nevermind, too much info.
I seriously would LOVE to have this! I just turned 30 and my husband and I have been ttc for almost 2 years. We're not getting any younger, so this would help us build the family we've wanted for so long! Thanks! Cassey Keel
2) N said..
Nathan
I am entering this for my wife
together, we want to create a life.
She works so hard to pinpoint the time
when her LH will have a rapid climb.
Shes given up everything unhealthy to increase our chances
Unfortunately we don't have the finances
to explore medicines advances.
She talks about this monitor a lot
We know it would give us a better shot.
I know if I could win this for her
she would be ecstatic, for sure.
I want to make her a mother
we want a little girl and then maybe a brother
Please please please let me win this gift
it would give our lives such a positive lift.
Please contact me to claim your prize - infertilenaomi at gmail.com















ENTER TO WIN!

Enter to win an OvaCue Fertility Monitor!

Your Ovulation Prize includes:
~ An OvaCue Fertility Monitor (valued at $249)
~ An OvaCue Fertility Monitor ("Honey, let's get busy. My vaginal sensor is measuring an electrolyte change in my cervical mucus.")


HOW TO ENTERLeave a comment below with the following information:
  1. Include your first name only (real or at least a good fake name)
  2. Write a short poem about ovulation (winners are chosen at random so even if your poetry sucks, you can still win)
  3. Two lucky winners will be randomly chosen on August 7, 2011
***NOTE: This contest is available to US Residents only!

Check out
www.ovacue.com for more details!

75 comments:

  1. Don't be late to ovulate. Wait. For my mate. Call it fate but I want to ovulate.

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  2. My name is Cassey and my eggs are cracked. They slack but not as bad as this poem. I would like this checker so I can get my husband's pec.....nevermind, too much info.

    I seriously would LOVE to have this! I just turned 30 and my husband and I have been ttc for almost 2 years. We're not getting any younger, so this would help us build the family we've wanted for so long! Thanks! Cassey Keel

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  3. My name is Denise and TTC is no joke. Doctor visits can leave you broke. Not trying pressure fate to populate because I want to ovulate. Just want to set a date to get down with my mate and 9 months later we'll celebrate.

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  4. Misty is my name.
    Not ovulating is my game.
    I've taken so many Clomid pills
    and paid all my doctors bills.
    Almost two years we've been trying to conceive,
    It's hard to say and harder to believe.
    I'd really love this monitor,
    so sex can be fun, the way it was before.

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  5. My infertitly haiku

    Pain, sorrow, fail, hope
    must wait one more month to try
    Baby, pure joy, MOM

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  6. This September marks year six.
    Wanting nothing but a baby.
    All this time of timing sex.
    To win this conest is a maybe.

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  7. Rachel doesn't ovulate. None of her fertile friends seem to relate. If she had a monitor she would know when to try. Right now she ends every cycle screaming why, why, why!

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  8. My name is Michelle

    I've always wanted to be a mom
    knowing when I ovulate would be da bomb
    TTC is a very tough road
    winning this contest might help me have a baby to hold.

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  9. Contest only open to US residents?

    THERE ARE PEOPLE SUFFERING WITH INFERTILITY IN OTHER COUNTRIES!!!!!!!!

    From a very angry Englishwoman who has been suffering this infertility hell for over 6 years.

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  10. My name is Judi and here is my Ovulation Hiku:
    Egg quietly grows
    Timed sex, go sperm go!
    Will they meet? Who knows?

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  11. My name is Salena. Here goes nothin...

    Cervical mucous is rather icky
    Sometimes runny, sometimes sticky.
    I'm tired of peing on little sticks
    That are the size of candle sticks.
    So please, oh please increase my chance
    Of doing the happy baby dance!

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  12. My name is Shannon (skeenan76@me.com), just had a chemical pregnancy & an ectopic the last few months, so I can't wait to start trying again!!

    Roses are red
    Violets are blue
    Infertility sucks
    That's oh so true
    But my question is
    Now what do we do?
    Win a fertility monitor
    And get preggers in a few (months!)!!

    Ugh, wish I was clever with words!! LOL

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  13. My name is Miche.

    An Ode to Ovulation

    If sex is timed right, on that very night
    Ovulating is cool, as it results in a little you!

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  14. Tamika: I don't believe I ovualate, I don't believe it's true. We try and try and try again, but still my period is due..

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  15. Hey Candyfloss797,

    This particular contest is only available to US residents because the manufacturer will only ship to US because of duty. Any other country would have to pay duty which wouldn't make this a free prize. No need to get so angry at the contest. Save that for infertility. You know I'm from Canada right?

    -Infertile Naomi

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  16. Kimberly McGlothlinJuly 31, 2011 at 7:56 AM

    Ovulation is a game
    I just can't seem to win
    Everyday just waiting
    For another chance to spin

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  17. roses are red
    violets are blue
    I would love to win an ovacue!

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  18. Ovulation is a sensation most do not know,
    but as trying to conceive ladies,
    we just what it to show,
    that we are ovulating,
    so we can get our babies and finally take that vacation,
    we could never afford when trying to conceive.

    Melissa W.

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  19. I seem to have such bad luck
    Infertility you suck!
    All I want is what so many others have
    I want to be a mommy and my husband a dad

    Ovacue will you change my luck?

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  20. My name is April.

    There once was a girl from Nantucket,
    Who infertility thought she was stuck it.
    She won an ov kit
    And then wouldn't quit
    Now pregnant from sperm in a bucket!

    It's been so long since I wrote a limerick, thanks for the opportunity!

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  21. My infertility haiku:

    Doctors, medicine, charts
    Not how I dreamed it would be
    Will this be the month?

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  22. My name is Ian

    I wish to help my wife,
    So we hopefully can make another life!
    She battles infertility everyday,
    And if we win, we won't have to pay,
    For our monitor we'd use everyday!!

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  23. There once was a girl from Missouri
    whose infertility caused her misery.
    Then she won an Ov Kit
    and that was it,
    the next month she was Prego!

    I know the last line doesn't rhyme but hopefully it comes true!!!!!

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  24. Ovulation, determination, frustration
    TTC, HSG, IUI , I want to cry
    Can't do it alone, need something else
    Winning this sure would help :)

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  25. the fertility gods have not been fair,
    we try and try and they just don't care,
    at the end of our rope my wife is so sad,
    i'm beginning to wonder if i'll ever be a dad.
    OR
    Rose are red, violets are blue,
    We want our first baby,
    what the bleepidy bleedpidy bleep do we have to do???
    OR
    We NEED this fertility monitor,
    oh is it true,
    these things are so expensive,
    and we just don't have the money in this down economy so hook us up, cool?

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  26. Kristi
    Sung to the tune of Do Your Ears Hang Low
    Do your ovaries function well?
    Or do they have a little trouble?
    Can they ovulate on their own?
    Or do they need some help from prescription hormones?
    Can they grow mature follicles?
    Or do you even know?
    Do your ovaries work right?

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  27. Hannah
    To do it or not to do it
    That is the question
    Did I ovulate or Not?
    That's the better question
    DH Thinks always yes
    To question number 1

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  28. After 3 long years of trying,Everyday seems like a constant struggle just to get through the day without crying.

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  29. Some say, "You have one."
    "Be grateful, be done."

    "You don't need two."
    But what's a mom to do?

    To complete my family
    I would like to be more than three.

    Is it so wrong to want more?
    To be an even four?

    -Lea

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  30. Stephanie.
    Trying, lying, crying - it's all a part of the game. It's been five long years, just want our dream to come true - give us two lines, pink or blue!

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  31. Ovulate? What's that? If it doesn't happen soon, I just might crack.
    -Jennifer

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  32. Today I've got a date with the dildo-cam
    My gyno says come back later this month's shot.
    ...wham bam thank you maam...
    Back on the ovulation roller coaster, ready-or-not.

    Thanks for offering the OvaCue give away. I would love to win this!! I've been off birth control for a long time. And unfortunately I am an old veteran with this stuff now.

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  33. my name is alex.

    two years of no baby still
    tired of taking all these pills
    dieting and exercising but still need help
    all i feel is a great big welt....

    im so bad at poetry

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  34. Jenna
    Today marks year three
    Of getting a cup and collecting my pee.
    Oh,There have been double lines on my hpt
    But none have made it out to my husband and me.
    Sometimes I catch a glimpse of him getting sad,
    Mainly it just makes me so mad, Simply cause I cant figure this out!!
    Maybe this monitor will increase our luck
    Hey, it's so smart it will even tell you when to fu.. No that's a bad word!!!

    So for now I will be loyal to my test strips
    Unwrap, dip, set on non absorbent surface and wait
    Who knows, maybe this is just our fate!
    But we're staying strong and trying not to hate,especially those who's babies came to them natural and they didn't have
    To put up with all this hassle!!!!!!!!

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  35. Ovulate?
    thats a wise crack,
    like an egg thats broke,
    aint no joke when your whining,
    crying,wanting a baby so bad all you do is dream about it.
    Cant sleep, cant eat, want a baby and cnt figure out how to go about it anymore,
    all our dream are now on the floor!

    Julie

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  36. My name is Jen.

    Oh, ovulation, how you elude me.
    Days turn into months, months into years.
    Temperatures are unrealiable.
    Maybe saliva and electrolytes would do the trick?

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  37. Jen's Haiku

    'Trying' is so hard
    I can't seem to get knocked up
    Leave's my aching heart

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  38. Ovulation Blues by Meg

    Peeing on sticks?
    No to ovulation.
    Temping?
    No to ovulation.
    Ultrasounds?
    No to ovulation - but yes to the dildo wand.

    Clomid helps?
    Turns me into crazy.
    Femara helps?
    Turns me into crazy.

    What to do?
    I've got the ovulation blues.

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  39. My name is Karen & TTC

    Where are you, Ovulation?
    Sounds so near yet so far.
    Join us sex and have some fun!
    Then I bake a bun in the oven for 10 months.
    Boom! There comes a baby who calls me MOM.

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  40. Stephanie-

    Many years we have been trying
    Each month a little part of me dying.
    To conceive before the end of years seven
    would place us in our baby heaven.

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  41. Erika

    I hate to wait to ovulate
    Why must it take so long?
    I pee on a stick,
    While the clock just ticks,
    I hope I don't interpret it wrong!

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  42. Ashlee

    Ov to the u to the lay to the tion.
    Isn't all this waiting just amazing types of fun.
    Whether you ovulate on time, or at random just like me.
    A smile is always on your face when that ewcm you see.

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  43. Never thought I'd have to wait
    To learn when I ovulate
    I would love to see a plus sign
    and know the sign is mine
    Ovacue - to the rescue!

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  44. I really want to be a mother
    I hope it's not too late
    I need to know when I ovulate

    -Andrea

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  45. When I was younger,
    we were told to wait.
    Now that we're older,
    we can't impregnate.

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  46. Melinda said....
    I always wanted to be a mom
    But when I was really really young
    I was told it may never be done,
    My eggs were few and far between
    And olvualtion is something I rarely seen
    This would help us so very much
    Maybe we would have some luck

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  47. My name is Leslie and here we go.

    Smart as a whip,
    Pretty as can be,
    Why in the world,
    Did infertility happen to me?

    I see my crackhead cousin
    poppin' 'em out all over the place
    I look at her,
    and worry about the human race,

    One day it will be my turn,
    You dear just wait and see,
    maybe it is a bit of a good thing,
    That infertility happened to me,

    You see, I am used to having it all right now!
    But here, patience is the name of the game,
    So I will wait it out,
    never mind that lame (cousin)

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  48. Making a baby,
    ruled by hormones and cycles.
    Sex on demand sucks.

    Adney T

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  49. Jennifer
    Has tried for 4 years
    but all it's done is brought on tears.
    my thyroid won't let me ovulate,
    I have a big decision to make.
    This monitor would help me see
    which medical action is right for me.

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  50. Being infertile stinks,
    Most would call it a jinx,
    I'd love to win,
    So I can pin-,
    Point when my egg is released.

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  51. My name is Evie
    I get pretty peevie
    With such anxiety I shake my leg
    I hate waiting on that egg
    I wait and wait
    But that egg doesn't take the spermie bait!

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  52. My name is Brandy and this is my "lovely" poem!

    Periods are red, control lines are blue.
    Having a child is suppose to be easy to do!

    I've peed in cups and been endlessly poked! If I won the OvaCue Monitor I would be totally stoked!

    No longer would I be finger checking my cervical mucus while in the loo. I would have the handy OvaCue!

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  53. I'm just waitin to "O"
    And my eggs are a no show.
    Infertility is lame
    And Aunt Flo always wins the game.
    Celebrating when I get LH lines
    It's about time!

    ~Mary

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  54. Daily dreaming Yes no or maybe?
    One day will I have a baby?
    Motherhood is blessing
    Everyday of life keeps me guessing

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  55. My name is Virgie I'd like to have a baby even twins would be nice 8yrs of trying with one miscarriage a yr ago and now no luck Dr finally gave us clomid
    Clomid, clomid will you work if so I will not know opks just don't show for me but Dr say I do indeed "O"
    ovacue can sure help us make our dream come true..
    So clomid come on build these eggs, spermies catch those eggs singing yeah yeah..

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  56. How I want this OvaCue.
    Oh to have a little one.
    I need another clue!
    Please tell me I have won!

    sonyamorris@carolina.rr.com

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  57. my body is broke
    it ain't no joke
    my eggs are stuck
    i need some luck
    as a mother I would be so great
    if only i could ovulate

    by stef

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  58. i need to this one.
    when someday to have little cute one.
    please let us know if i won... =)

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  59. Operation, Ovulation

    Four years of trying
    It's only been denying
    PCOS messes up the egg dropping
    All I dream about is this stopping
    So I can become a mommy with a little application
    To a tracked clear ovulation!

    Thanks Jillain

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  60. My name is Lauren
    I'm 23
    I want nothing more
    Than to conceive.
    I have been doing
    All that I can do myself
    But the Ovacue Fertility Monitor
    Would surely help!

    Lfbs01@yahoo.com

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  61. My name is Brittney.

    I'm not good at writing poems but here it goes:

    I desperately want to be a mom
    But infertility dropped a bomb
    When there’s no found rhyme or reason
    That egg won’t meet sperm and semen.
    Test after test are stark white,
    Which creates tears at first sight.
    So when I ask “will I ever have my own?”
    I hate that the answer is still unknown!

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  62. Name: Jenney

    Poem: An Ovulation Haiku

    come on little egg
    release your tight grip and drop
    into open arms

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  63. Spermy spermy in his nads,
    meet my eggs and make hims a dads!

    Take my temp and shots of hcg,
    screws up test strips on which I pee.

    Say my prayers and wish on stars,
    for a purpose to have baby seats in our cars.

    Stupid PCOS and upon my life your irritance
    Can't stop me and the hubby from enjoying the baby dance!

    Lisa :)

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  64. Woe is me, woe is me
    Ever pregnant will I be?

    Tons of money down the drain,
    Tons of hope I can't contain.

    Is IVF the next choice to be,
    We do not have ten grand, you see.

    And so we try and try again,
    And hope that God will grant within,
    A child or two that I will bare,
    A son or daughter for us to share.

    Rachel

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  65. Mindy

    Gave up caffeine and it's not going to so great, my poor mate.
    I'm trying to tempt fate to help me ovulate. Praying for my period to be very very very late!

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  66. Wouldn't it be neat if our egg and sperm would meet.
    A little bundle of joy, it might even be a boy!
    So let's set a date and hope I ovulate!!!

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  67. Em

    A Uterus I have none but at least my wife has one
    So with donor sperm we contemplate
    better be sure she'll ovulate
    With Ovucue we'll hope for sure
    If its time for a turkey baster

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  68. Nathan
    njones1987@gmail.com

    I am entering this for my wife
    together, we want to create a life.
    She works so hard to pinpoint the time
    when her LH will have a rapid climb.
    Shes given up everything unhealthy to increase our chances
    Unfortunately we don't have the finances
    to explore medicines advances.
    She talks about this monitor a lot
    We know it would give us a better shot.
    I know if I could win this for her
    she would be ecstatic, for sure.

    I want to make her a mother
    we want a little girl and then maybe a brother
    Please please please let me win this gift
    it would give our lives such a positive lift.

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  69. beep beep 4.30 temp check from mouth
    do I sleep with head towards north and south
    beep beep 5.00 pee time on stick
    o lord when will I feel sick
    beep beep five fifteen
    time for lots of greens
    beep beep five thirty
    time for green tea
    beep beep 6.00 am
    do I listen AUM or circle bloom
    bep beep 7.00 in morning
    ready for work yawning
    beep beep seven thirty
    cereal, almonds, milk and pollen bee
    beep beep clock ticks eight
    another prego coworker throws around weight
    half day its 12
    life is still so dull
    beep beep clock ticks four
    pray that nurse calls for sure
    beep beep 6 pm
    hopes boil in moxa steam
    twilight comes, darkness arrives
    on my hope again I thrive
    One more day comes to end
    One angel plz god send
    I am waiting with my open arms and soul
    Oh god fulfil this ultimate goal
    mylife seems hopeless and incomplete
    without my darling baby sweet...
    amen

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  70. My name is April.

    We want to have a baby
    Definitely, not just maybe.
    We try and try, it's always no.
    I hope one day it will be so.

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  71. Stacy Lynn

    Oh I wish for the day when my ovaries work,
    work without taking tons of meds & shots.
    Oh I wish for the day when I'm done with OPKs,
    because I'm so sick on peeing on sticks.

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  72. My name is Aimee:

    Oh for the days when sex was a breeze and something to do just for fun,

    Instead of the "dance" without any pants, and my oven still missing its bun.

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  73. I want to support my wife
    so we can get on with our life.
    so oneday just maybe
    we can have a baby.

    Kurt

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  74. Sarah

    Peeing on sticks is getting old.
    I'm about ready just to fold.
    Can't figure out when I ovulate
    And I also don't really know how to rhyme.

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