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Candy #200085 05/28/11 03:02 PM
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Good to have you here, again, beck. The Limericks got you
going? Some sort of compulsion to post one??????
You're great, keep them coming.


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Jackie #200090 05/28/11 10:51 PM
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I've learned that one never should scoff
At a chance to eat seafood pilaf
(This b-rhyming couplet
Could be an octuplet,
But then the whole meter'd be off.)

RASP - RATATOUILLE


"I don't know which is worse: ignorance or apathy. And, frankly, I don't care." - Anonymous
beck123 #200093 05/29/11 01:40 AM
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A seasoned stew of eggplant and squash,
green pepper, tomato and meat that's quash'd.
Called Ratatouille
and that ain't no hooey.
Road kill, rasp. Breathless,choke, rasp,quash,squash.


Sorry about this one. I'm not very good at this.
If anybody wants ratatouille/rasp: have at it.

or RASCAL/RATION


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Jackie #200098 05/29/11 10:01 AM
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No...they are all very good. If the purpose is to make a rhyme and to make me laugh....they do both.

LukeJavan8 #200112 05/30/11 06:10 PM
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An under-sexed-handsome young rascal
Found lovemaking a terrible hasscal.
Unless he could ration
His paramour's passion,
Bedtime became such a fiascal.

AGENDA/AGO

Tromboniator #200113 05/31/11 12:23 AM
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LOVE IT.
Happy Memorial Day.


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Jackie #200196 06/03/11 11:04 PM
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An old couple, Mary and Joe,
Went out, like they’d done years ago.
‘Twas on their agenda
To unite their pudenda,
But they fell asleep after the show.

TRAIT - TRAPPER


"I don't know which is worse: ignorance or apathy. And, frankly, I don't care." - Anonymous
beck123 #200199 06/04/11 01:40 AM
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There once was a young man named Trapper
Who always did like to look dapper;
His very worst trait:
fell asleep on a date;
and now he is known as the napper.

DIVERGE--DJELLABA

Heh heh heh.

Jackie #200200 06/04/11 02:26 AM
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A princess of a tribe of indaba,
sat on her veranda clothed in djellaba.
Many suiters there were,
enamored of her.
Til diverged her melons were casaba.




CONCERN/CONCOCT

Last edited by LukeJavan8; 06/04/11 02:27 AM.

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LukeJavan8 #200204 06/04/11 02:55 AM
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She got his tight zipper unlocked,
From his trousers she got him unfrocked.
Her major concern was
To rapidly learn jus'
What pleasure she might there concoct.


TEPEE/TERMINAL

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