Timbuktu

It was the final round of the national poetry contest and there were two contestants left. One was a scholar student from Harvard and the other was a redneck from Wyoming. The judges announced that in the final round the contestants would be given a word. They would have 5 minutes to come up with a poem containing the word. They would recite their poem for the audience and the winner would be picked according to the best poem. Easy enough the judges gave the contestants the word, "Timbuktu."

The contestants sat and thought for a while. After 3 minutes, the Harvard student walks to the microphone and recites. "Slowly cross the desert sand, riding in a caravan. On some camels two by two, destination Timbuktu."

The crowd went crazy as the Harvard student would surely be the winner. His poem couldn't possibly be beat.

The redneck then slowly walked to the microphone, cleared his voice, and recited. "Tim and I a huntin' went. Met three whores in a pop-up tent. Them was three and us was two. So I bucked one and Timbuktu."