Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Merry Christmas, no limerick.

70 - Merry Christmas!

Photo via Red Dirt Girl, I think.

A fellow with greetings to unveil,
Displayed them in glorious detail,
On a young lady’s behind
And, as a gift to mankind,
Had them all written in braille.
Merry Christmas to my reader.
(You know who you are.)

Sunday, December 22, 2013

69 - The woman who blows...

Mad Kane has a limerick challenge:

When told of a woman who 'blows',
Men queued at her door, in droves.
Their wives were less thrilled
And had them all killed
And buried in orderly rows.

68 - Avise la Fin

Sunday Scribblings put up its last prompt: Finale.

They had dined by warm candle light,
A ritual designed to delight.
But when he shut the doors,
And she dropped her drawers,
The finale was clearly in sight.

Sunday, December 15, 2013

67 - Humpback

Mad Kane has a regular limerick challenge.

A lady went out for a sail
With a handsome and seafaring male.
She returned on the tide
With the semen inside—
A humpback is more than a whale.

66 - Too Well Rounded

Mad Kane gives a weekly limerick prompt.

A lady whose breasts were too round
To be the sort that's naturally found,
Regretted to report
They were a pain to transport
And hard to keep up off the ground.