Welcome to Limericks – Day 12
We’ve had to take some from the shelve
We know that was wrong
It’s where they belong
And it’s from the shelf, not the shelve, we did delve!
As you can see we are no good at dates
It’s the thirteenth! We asked all our mates
Some did concur – “Yes, the 12th”
Others did blur “It’s probably, almost, quite likely the 12th)
But it ‘is‘ the 13th – as our calendar states!
The word of the day is… ‘bizarre!’
The wackiest, weirdest word by ‘so far’
It’s frenzied and whirly
frothy and curly
and drips pure bling and eats caviar.
It’s hard to ignore a Nora
If you do they may give you what for a
And, you never know,
If you pass £200, and don’t collect – Go!
You and she may end up the poorer.
On the banks of the O-hi-o
There’s a man from a travelling show
He’s paid the cost
Now he looks like he’s lost
All messed up, with nowhere to go.
There once was a McVicar named Dirk
Who wished that his name was Trevor
For Limericks called him a Burk
When in fact he was really rather clever…
And handsome… and he wrote poetry… at work… in the kirk… he did.
A Birmingham waiter named Stan
Was a very efficient man
“A table for two?
Will here do?”
Then he billed you before you began.
There was an old man called Dennis
Who visited the city of Venice.
He said: “Are you joking?
Your streets are quite soaking!”
Then shouted: “Your plumbing’s a menace!”
This Limerick has only one flaw
So, it’s no use looking for more
It’s slightly too short
of lines there are only four!
There was a young man name of Brian
Who went for a pizza: Hawaiian.
He had a stuffed crust –
When you’re hungry you must –
But his had a whole shepherd’s pie in.
A Limerick walked into a bar
“Ouch!” he cried – it was an iron bar!
In the year 2525
If man is still alive
Oops! Sorry! That’s a song!