Discussion in 'Quill and Ink' started by Poppy, Feb 5, 2013.
The pigs are flying, and yes The Pig has Landed!
At first I thought I should be offended
Being called an old Sod as intended
But actually I like the compliment.
Whatever the meaning as sent
Now where’s that button “Suspended”!
never fear - Urgh's bulletproof.
There once was a man named Fred
Who wrote down all that he said.
Then his pen it ran dry
And, "Alas!", he did cry.
"If only I'd mumbled instead."
There once was a man from New Delhi
Who had a really big belly
"I'm not pregnant" he said
As he fell on his bed
And lost his chance for celebrity
This place is bread and butter.
Sometimes my eyes will a'flutter,
With the verbs and abuse,
some are obtuse,
others we call a nutter.
I had to "Like" a limerick which uses the word obtuse.
I wonder how long that one will stay up...Tin hats all round then...
I may worry about my intelligence,
When competing with my fellow gents,
My humor is low,
Some consider me slow,
Others are on the fence.
There once was a girl from Tashkent
Who had a very strange bent
She felt it was cool
To act like a fool
But she really was making her rent
When I was in the earliest grades of elementary school we would sing a limerick that I think went like this
In nineteen forty four
your grandma fought the war
she used her tits
as battle ships
that was the end of the war
Anybody know this one and if its correct or where it comes from?
holy cow. this is an oldy.
the battle tits stirs an ancient calcified part of my brain...cant retrieve the info.
thanks for the memories.
There was a man from Nantuckit...
Ok Australia's Rodney Rude doing some limericks...Warning swearing
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