are you a limerick poet? let's see how poetic you can be.
December 24, 2006 1:09pm CST
Limericks use a distinctive rhyming scheme of a-a-b-b-a in which the first, second, and fifth lines of each stanza rhyme as do the third and fourth lines. For example: There was a young girl from Rabat Who had triplets: Nat, Pat and Tat Twas fine in the breeding But not in the feeding When she found she had no tit for Tat! Now......let's see what yawl can do. I'm sure that someone can come up with something. Don't be bashful.
11 Jan 07
webster I like it and altho it is not a limerick I am sure it makes sense. But never having studied math beyhond arithmetic and commercial math I can honestly say I don't know what H2504 stands for. Were I to know I'm sure it would make me laff. Thanks for stopping by and for your input.
24 Dec 06
ROFLMAO.....as the song about the stripper says......take it off, take it off, cried the boys in the rear, take it off, take it off, soon was all you could hear. (forgotten lines)...but SHE STOPPED AND ALWAYS JUST IN TIME. I too remember that man from Nantucket but for the life of me I can only remember the last two words.....hehehehehe....get out the bar of soap Ma.....Always good to see you tnx for stopping in....Merry Christmas