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beck123 #191696 06/27/10 06:42 PM
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"Who sucked like a thousand-buck Hoover."

Wow! Now that's a line that will live forever in the vulgate (if it already hasn't). smile

A womanizer of words was Beck
Beck amourized comely words less fleck
With ladies he was habile
In hades he did babel
"Heck! I shoulda been more circumspect."


SOUTHERN BUG - SOW



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(That was an original, he said most humbly.)

In springtime, ol' Landry would sow
His okry and peas in a row
'Til that mean southern bug,
Like some New Orleans thug,
Tore 'em up. Now dey ain't dere no mo'.

JACKAL - JADE

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JACKAL JADE

Moving along, a poem entitled...

Yes They Do

Rabbits like radishes
Jackals like jade
Frogs have fetishes
Dogs like shade


PERSONALITY - PERSONAL PRONOUN






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A homeless man, well known around town,
Would amble about with his fly down.
With great joviality,
His exposed "personality"
Was addressed with a personal pronoun.

PURPOSE - PUSHY


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His affair with Ismelda was cushy,
Though it's true she could be rather pushy.
When she was, she'd get nervous,
Farting loudly on purpose.
She had perfect control of her tushy.

HERE - HERMIT


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Hmm...can't resist playing with yourself, eh Mister Beck? Well here's my reply less self-appreciating... smile

The purpose of the word "purpose" is ambiguous.
A purpose of a purpose? How ridiculous!
I don't mean to be crass (pushy)
But you can bet your sweet ass (tushy)
That the purpose of this poem is superfluous
.

HERE - HERMIT

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I give it a few days, then I shoot one out there just to change the headwords. I much prefer reading other peoples' limericks than my own. I know how mine end.


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HERE - HERMIT

On a hill (it wasn't a summit)
I met not a recluse, but a hermit
I said "Why are you here?"
He said "I'm outa beer
And life is unbearable without it."

INFORMATION THEORY - IN-GROUP

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A fellow named Shannon grew weary
Of his night class on information theory.
He went out for soup
With the class's in-group,
And by 10, they were beery and cheery.

RAD - RADIO


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Okay, here we go again...

A lad well call Vlad was so bad
At his French lessons, Fs all he had.
He would spell adieu a-d-o,
While he grooved to the radio.
Then he studied and passed, and said, Rad.

MAJESTY - MAKER


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