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#192589 - 08/16/10 07:27 PM Re: More dumb rhymes [Re: Coffeebean]
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One particular maid had to boil tea
Every day for the men of the royalty.
Then they'd all thank her roundly
While schtupfing her soundly,
Saying, "Here's a reward for your loyalty!"

KNEEL - KNOCK
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#192712 - 08/19/10 02:12 PM Re: More dumb rhymes [Re: beck123]
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One day at the bloody Bastille
King Louis was bidden to kneel;
Came the blade with a KNOCK!
And chopped off his block.
Twas an era of unrest and zeal.


SHTICK - SIBILANT

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#192714 - 08/19/10 05:22 PM Re: More dumb rhymes [Re: Coffeebean]
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Sue confesses her esses sound sick,
So she seems to say, "shtick" 'stead of "sic."
Sure, Sue's sibilant sounds
Sort of spraddle around.
Still, she's shtassy and shtexy and shtlick.

LAW - LAYER
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#192769 - 08/22/10 10:48 AM Re: More dumb rhymes [Re: Jackie]
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Well, since there are no takers, I'll move this along...

There once was a mayor named Thayer.
Loved his wife, but he'd often betray 'er.
He'd break the town's law
With each whore that he saw,
Saying "I simply pay 'er and lay 'er."

RUMMER - RUNDLE


Edited by beck123 (08/22/10 10:52 AM)
Edit Reason: Make it mo' better
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#192803 - 08/24/10 04:33 PM Re: More dumb rhymes [Re: Jackie]
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A lucky one, Benjamin Rundle,
Inherited quite a large bundle.
As he drank from his rummer
He said: I may be a slummer,
But Im the richest one in Anne Arundel.


[I don't have access to a dictionary at the moment. Would someone else post two new words? Jackie? Anybody??]

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#192804 - 08/24/10 04:39 PM Re: More dumb rhymes [Re: beck123]
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In social affairs she put on airs -a glass became a "rummer"
Her social rundels thought her swell -she rode them in her hummer
But as hard as we might try
To ourselves we cannot lie
The unhappy life of the unhappy wife of the unhappy Joe the plummer.

GERMANE GHOUL

Gee whiz, CB, you are fast; you beat me by five minutes. smile


Edited by jenny jenny (08/24/10 04:47 PM)

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#192807 - 08/24/10 06:06 PM Re: More dumb rhymes [Re: Jackie]
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There once was a fellow named Duane
Who met a young witch named Lorraine.
To show he was cool,
He said, "My dad's a ghoul,"
And she said, "I don't think that's germane."

HURTLE (sic) - HYENA
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#192815 - 08/24/10 08:19 PM Sounds like something Muhammed Ali would say [Re: beck123]
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There once was a brawling hyena
Down south in San Juan, Argentina.
In a fight with a turtle;
His glass he did hurtle.
You never seen a meaner hyena in a cantina.

APPLAUSE - APPREHENSION

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#192818 - 08/24/10 08:33 PM Re: Sounds like something Muhammed Ali would say [Re: Jackie]
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Claude Bawels tamed big cats with sharp claws.
Even though Simba once clawed his drawers,
He shows no apprehension.
He's still earning his pension:
He'll do anything twice for applause.

GLITTERING - GLOTTAL
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#192825 - 08/25/10 01:57 PM In the spirit of Ogden Nash [Re: beck123]
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Gaby with gold and gems glittering
Spends all her time texting and twittering.
Matters vocal and glottal
She sorta forgotal;
No more gabbing shes whispering and tittering.


block-busting bloomer

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