Every culture’s got some things That set its ways apart| From every other culture’s ways In ways each one imparts. The French are known for loving ways, They’re said to be the best; All poetry and artistry, For romance they are dressed. The Chinese are industrious In elemental ways; Out producing Frenchmen prone To cultivate malaise. A case in point to illustrate, Xia Xinfeng, Chinese, Kiss her husband ardently His ardor to appease. But as she slipped her tongue to him She passed along a pill; A capsule he’d swallow then With cyanide she’d filled. Industrious she proved to be, Romantic not so much; The French would sleep with enemies, Caress them with their touch. Be happy every chance you get Receiving a French Kiss; But happy every chance you get A Chinese one to miss.