Limerick Madness

Limericks recently posted to Mad Kane’s Political Madness Blog. (http://www.madkane.com/madness/ ).

Try it. You’ll like it.


A fellow was trying to dine

In a restaurant rated sublime

He ordered fine wine

But it turned into brine

And rendered him quickly supine.

.

A woman was trying to dine

In a restaurant that closes at nine.

She appealed to the cook

With skirt raised to her nook

Stay open and have a good time.

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A woman who felt she’d been had

Rode a carpet to ancient Baghdad

When she woke from her dreams

Disappointed it seems

She was clutching her mouse and the pad.

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A fellow who always seemed game

Had a perfectly awful first name.

When he started computin’

He discovered Rasputin

Whose name of ill fame was the same.

.

Telecommuting is gratefully cheap.

And a handsome profit we’re sure to reap.

With the price of gas so stubbornly steep

Sales will slow to a skimpy creep

Making oil companies certain to weep.

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A fellow who loved fine cuisine

Used recipes from a chef’s magazine

To improve on the taste

He used spices to baste

And a sauce he called beef almondine.

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A fellow was hatching a plot

To quickly tie the knot

With a girl he adored

Who he little explored

But who came with a dowry and yacht.

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A fellow who always felt free

Managed a 4 AM tee

Though his wife would complain

And offered disdain

To the tee so free our fellow would flee.

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One Comment to “Limerick Madness”

  1. I’ve been enjoying your limericks and appreciate your regular participation in my Limerick-Offs. I just wanted to point out, though, that you’re pointing to my political blog, but I host my Limerick-Offs at my other blog: Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

    Thanks again for the plug and for your limerick contributions!

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