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#205406 - 04/09/12 02:06 AM Re: Rack 'em! [Re: Tromboniator]  
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Yeahbutt, Trombonus, did you watch the Masters like the rest of us? Bubba's shot went catawampus and so he won the Masters.
Your rhyme warrants four stars, while Bubba won four hundred thousand dollars. Life ain't fair. cry

Oh well, maybe I can rack up some quality points if I hurry using...

ANTIQUE - ANVIL

#205416 - 04/09/12 06:50 PM Re: Rack 'em! [Re: jenny jenny]  
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Nope, no Masters: no TV at our house; but we did spend five hours Saturday bundled up in the cold at the ice rink watching a Broomball tournament.

#205418 - 04/09/12 07:36 PM Re: Rack 'em! [Re: Tromboniator]  
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Sounds more exciting than the Masters.


----please, draw me a sheep----
#205419 - 04/10/12 01:09 AM ANTIQUE - ANVIL [Re: Tromboniator]  
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From Zeke the Greek I bought a chic antique -
George Washington's sword with a broken handle
When I chastised Zeke for being oblique
He sold me Thomas Jefferson's anvil.


SHOWDOWN - SHRIEK

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#205428 - 04/10/12 04:36 PM (Very) Pale shades of Simon and Garfunkel [Re: jenny jenny]  
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At my age, not so fast – I must slow down
As along the old cobbles I go down:
As my knees start to shriek
Groovy fun I don't seek,
My whole body is facing a showdown!

OLEUM - OMINOUS

Last edited by Rhubarb Commando; 04/10/12 04:52 PM. Reason: two words!

I'm immortal until proven otherwise
#205434 - 04/11/12 08:42 AM Low pH either way [Re: Rhubarb Commando]  
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Our weight-loss concoction sounds ominous;
Quite a few of our clients said, "Vámanos!"
It's a mixture of oleum
And acid – holy moley! –um,
I think that the two are synominous.

CARDHOLDER – CARIBOU

#205435 - 04/11/12 03:29 PM Re: Low pH either way [Re: Jackie]  
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No party cardholder, that’s me
Not a Red nor a Green, do you see
Nor am I a Blue:
I just hunt Caribou.
I shoot ‘em then hang ‘em up high!

DISCLAIMER - DISCREET


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#205436 - 04/11/12 04:51 PM Re: Low pH either way [Re: Rhubarb Commando]  
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Say Rhubarb, you and Tromboniator sure do move fast. I get ready to post only to find that I am two games behind. Humph, I've posted my behind rhyme anyway not because it is good but because it has a message. I call it "Correct Speak"...

Dark ominous waters wash against mankind's last shore
Oleum clouds boil above; a portent of death and gore
When truth cannot be told
The circle will not hold
When words have no meaning reality is nevermore

DISCLAIMER - DISCREET

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#205437 - 04/11/12 08:45 PM One rainy day... [Re: jenny jenny]  
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Though not wanting to be in discreet
She hiked up her skirt in disleet
.. And she filed a disclaimer
...(So no one could blaimer)
For walking along in distreet.

HALF MAST - HALYARD


#205456 - 04/13/12 04:15 AM Re: One rainy day... [Re: wofahulicodoc]  
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Though not wanting to be in discreet
She hiked her skirt up in disleet
My halyard was her half-ass
But my mast was at half mast
In sleet, streets become in descreet

COHABIT - COGENT











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