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#211183 - 05/27/13 05:31 PM The short answer is "yes". [Re: teepee]  
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I sit at a table discombobulated
The world spins around me inarticulated
Why do I sit in despair?
Why am I pulling my hair?
Am I going crazy as I sit with no chair? crazy

HULA - HURRICANE

#211198 - 05/28/13 12:59 AM Re: The short answer is "can't remember". [Re: jenny jenny]  
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Eddy-fying spins- despotic ruler
En route to lavatory, jig-a-jig hula
Whipping up tempest hurricane
Consequences literally down the drain
Auf Wiedersehen to moolah

IMPETUOUS- IDYLLIC

#211407 - 06/14/13 03:22 PM How to study effectively. [Re: teepee]  
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Wow, teepee - that was not the easiest!

From Modern Art done in acryllic
To Lenin's works, writ in cyrillic,
For full value to get, you mus-
t not be too impetuous!
You must seek conditions idyllic!

CORUNDUM - COST


I'm immortal until proven otherwise
#211420 - 06/16/13 07:11 AM Re: How to study effectively. [Re: Rhubarb Commando]  
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Instead of coriander used corundum
Oh t’was such a conundrum
To the dentist such cost
O’er the tooth that’d been lost
A pauper’s life is so humdrum

DEBUTANTE- DELIGHT

#211428 - 06/17/13 03:26 AM My heart beats like a hammer... [Re: teepee]  
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Deb deb debutante so so what I want
A Dixieland delight
A stars fell on Alabama night
A Dixie debutante is so so what I want

FAMINE - FARM

#211669 - 07/09/13 03:01 PM Motto for Old MacDonald [Re: jenny jenny]  
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On the farm in the spring there is Lambin';
In the Autumn, pigs turn into Gammon;
But if farmers all shirk
Their fair share of work,
The end result surely is Famine!


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#211679 - 07/10/13 01:42 AM Re: Motto for Old MacDonald [Re: Rhubarb Commando]  
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Worcester, MA

In the Autumn, pigs turn into Gammon

I would have expected them to turn to Mammon. Figuratively speaking, of course...

#211681 - 07/10/13 11:04 AM Re: Motto for Old MacDonald [Re: Rhubarb Commando]  
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I got stuck trying to work in "jammin'".

How about a pair for future generation?

#211693 - 07/11/13 08:46 AM Re: Motto for Old MacDonald [Re: Tromboniator]  
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Yes, Peter - my sin of ommission again! (I was drunk at the time I posted that one!)

SPAWN - SPECIALTY


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#211716 - 07/12/13 11:35 AM Any port [Re: Rhubarb Commando]  
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On his banjo, a true devil's spawn
He plays rock, folk, and blues until dawn.
His main specialty:
Irish songs of the sea,
Though from Manchester, called English John.

VENT – VERIFICATION

Admittedly not my finest effort; but as I listened to this fellow, a dear friend, the other night in Kharacters Bar, I raised a glass to you, Rhuby, wishing you were there. It was a grand night.

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