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Jackie #194298 11/28/10 03:21 AM
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Originally Posted By: Jackie
Sneaking in: FTR, I haven't heard a peep from Ms. Double-J. Sigh.



People should not be so thin-skinned, but then neither is it right
for some people to be rude to others.


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There once was a fellow named Leon:
His enemies thought him a peon.
But in a fight rough and frictional
His actions proved far from fictional;
And they found his blood to be colder than Freon.


KIDNEY - KINDLY

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I just want to say.....I'm loving reading this thread but I suck at making up my own rhymes....so cant contribute frown

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Uh-oh. A frank and vulgar conversation between two friends. Don't look if that doesn't sound like your sort of limerick.

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Lee's neighbor, his life-long friend, Sydney,
Asked Lee if he might have Lee's kidney.
"I hope you don't mind, Lee,"
Sid asked him most kindly.
Lee answered, "F**k you! Are you kiddin' me?"

GUILTY - GUMMA


"I don't know which is worse: ignorance or apathy. And, frankly, I don't care." - Anonymous
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Originally Posted By: beck123
Uh-oh. A frank and vulgar conversation between two friends. Don't look if that doesn't sound like your sort of limerick.


I'm guilty and ROFLMHO @ you 123

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A guilty young man he once found,
A rather disagreeable mound,
'Oh no a gumma!'
He cried to his mamma,
And fainted right there on the ground.

COTERMINOUS + COTTONMOUTH


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His dentist had sadly forgotten
To pack Al's tooth sockets with cotton.
Mouth, once hale, grew verminous
In the sockets coterminous,
And his jawbone began to go rotten.

INTRUDE - INVENTION


"I don't know which is worse: ignorance or apathy. And, frankly, I don't care." - Anonymous
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A bone of contention
Requiring ample comprehension
To relieve the tension,
Necessity is the mother of all invention.

Her ability to inspire a multitude
Is often misconstrued, seeming to intrude
And even pooh-poohed.
Relax and try not to come unglued.

plump - podium

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When the young lady stood at the podium,
She observed her reflection with odium.
"My God! I've grown plump!
I can't see past my rump!
I will just have to lay off the sodium."

GRIGRI - GRIZZLY


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No vulgarity, but pretty darned off color, nonetheless.

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"Let's stop Lee, I have to go tee-tee,"
Bob said as he looked at his grigri.
"Golly gee whiz, Lee
You're as rough as a grizzly.
With a knot in it, how can I pee-pee?"


DAYBREAK - DEADFALL


"I don't know which is worse: ignorance or apathy. And, frankly, I don't care." - Anonymous
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