Limericks, anyone?

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There was a fine mod named James
Who gets called all sorts of names
He's dashing and witty
And awfully pretty
And fairness is one of his aims.

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A handsome young fellow called Mysty
Drank loads of wine and got pissed he
Hit his thumb with a hammer
And with terrible grammar
Cried 'Now I can't make a fisty'

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A handsome young fellow called Mysty
cannot possibly get pisty
he really cant drink
he dribbles in the sink
( stuck on the last line and need to get up) :lol:
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mysty wrote:
Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:39 am
A handsome young fellow called Mysty
cannot possibly get pisty
he really cant drink
he dribbles in the sink
( stuck on the last line and need to get up) :lol:
A handsome young fellow called Mysty
cannot possibly get pisty
he really cant drink
he dribbles in the sink
And so he is never going to touch that malt whisky

:P

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There was a young fellow called Spotty
Who once did a thing that was naughty
He said he'd swam, biked and ran
To be a French Iron Man
But he was talking out of his botty.

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In defence of that young man called Spotty
Who said he was running? Not he
He was there to give cheers
And to share a few beer beers
There’s noo need for us to get haughty

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A hopeful young Ozzie called Max
Joined the forum to check out some facts
On heating and plumbing
To decide if he's coming
But was shocked by the self-employed tax

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Albmf can give advice
His wife is probably nice
He often is wrong
And his feet probably pong
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You haven't got the hang of this, Brian
Though it isn't for lack of you tryin'
I suggest asking your wife
Who will say, "Get a life
I've got better things to do with my lie in"
"I am a man of fixed and unbending principles, the first of which is to be flexible at all times." - Everett Dirksen

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ATS reminds us again
That Brexit is just such a pain
Johnson and Farage
Should be locked on a garage
And never be heard from again.

ATS is a Scot just like Ally
A 2-person IndyRef rally
To leave the UK
Would just make their day
But the vote to go didn't tally.

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