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Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Limerick 2

Thanks to regular reader Jack K
for his contribution using the suggested words.


Once a man pondered Nantucket.

He was told to think of a bucket.

He tried to be bold,

but his turkey got cold,

so cold he then had to suck it.

7 comments:

Walker said...

See what you did?
I woke up with this in my head in the morning and I could be thinking of OTHER things at this time of the morning.

There once was a lass from Nantucket
Who was tired of chicken in a bucket
Out she went
For a turkey to get
That lass from a place called Nantucket

Robin (the PENSIEVE one) said...

Ha! You found a way to clean it up! Nice job :).

Lightning Bug's Butt said...

Ah, limericks are so, so fun. I wrote a bunch of them years ago. I should look them up and repost them!

Nice one, Peter the Great.

LZ Blogger said...

Peter - This didn't end as BADLY as I had anticipated! CONGRATULATIONS! And G'day mate! ~ jb///

Jamie Dawn said...

Whoah, now!! I was expecting some filthy language.
Whew!!
:-)

Pamela said...

if there was corn in the bucket.. I would have told you to shuck it.

Thats what we called it when we were kids.

Jack K. said...

Should I be honoured? tee hee

Thanks, Peter.

Good idea, Pamela.