.. would care to return to the 'adult' (who says?) sites from which he crawled, so that we not be continually faced with two so-called pieces of bad language? It is entirely out of place here! Although, of course, many poets have used it over the centuries: Catullus (c84-54BC); Ovid (of course); Shakespeare (though not 'in your face'!); John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester (1647-80) - see 'Ramble in St James's Park' - to name but a few ... but they, of course, use such terms, not to shock (which they don't anyway!) but just as one way to make a poetic point .....
Oh, by the way - Jay is either a SMALL bird, or a greenhorn, country bumpkin - or a coarse or loud woman - look in Funk & Wagnalls Dictionary!
All apologies, I was joking around and hit the wrong button. I was going to delete it and retype it. I don't know how to take it off now. If you know how please let me know.