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Entry from December 29, 2006
“Here I sit, cheeks a-flexin’, giving birth to another Texan” (bathroom graffiti)

"Here I sit, cheeks a-flexin’, giving birth to another Texan” is bathroom graffiti seen in New Mexico and Oklahoma. They really must be entertainment-deprived in those states.

The potty poetry dates from at least 1984, and the author is unknown (of course).

Urban Dictionary
Synonym for feces or stool.
Here I sit cheeks a flexin’ just gave birth to another Texan.
tags shit crap aggie longhorn know it all
by Black Duanie Cuntlap, CA Oct 4, 2006

Bathroom Scrawlings
“Here I sit buttocks a flexin’
givin birth to another Texan.”
submitted via email; location not specified

Restroom Graffiti
Here I sit, buns a flexin’
Givin’ birth to another Texan
-- Lolly in Philmont, New Mexico

Daily Kos: Is Texas Necessary?
And the most common toilet graffiti in New Mexico:
Here I sit, cheeks a flexin’
Giving birth to another Texan

I’m sure there’s more . . .
by Deward Hastings on Fri Sep 01, 2006 at 06:47:17 PM PST

Google Groups: net.jokes
From:  Walt Pesch
Date:  Wed, Jan 25 1984 4:56 pm

There’s the one from the bathroom wall:

Here I sit, my cheeks a flexin’,
I just gave birth to another Texan.

Google Groups: net.jokes
From:  Dan C. Duval
Date:  Tues, Feb 7 1984 6:04 pm

Once encountered on an outhouse wall in Oklahoma:

Here I sit,
Cheeks a flexin’,
Giving birth
To another Texan.

Those Oklahomans really don’t like Texans.

Posted by Barry Popik
Texas (Lone Star State Dictionary) • (1) Comments • Friday, December 29, 2006 • Permalink

Here I sit
Buns a flexin’,
Just gave birth
to a brand new Texan.

This was graffiti’d on a municipal bathroom wall in Mitchell, So.Dak. as far back as July 1969. The verse is probably older than that.

Posted by Percival T. Esquivel  on  06/13  at  04:42 PM

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