A lazy young hooker from Bothell
Never worked very hard in her brothel.
Said the priest of her sin,
"Oh, hell, where to begin?
If the lust doesn't damn her, the sloth'll."
Bothell, WA (pop. 30,150 in 2000) sits northeast of Seattle in King and Snohomish counties along the Sammamish river (Wikipedia). It was named after David C. Bothell, who owned a shingle mill and platted the town in 1888 (Phillips). In the first half of the twentieth century, Bothell relied on timber and other goods traveling past on the Sammamish for its industry, but after World War II the town became a suburban bedroom community of Seattle (Wikipedia).