Monday, May 28, 2012

CCCV - More Wedding Plans

.Mad Kane has a regular limerick challenge.
She provides the first line, the rest is up to us.
I posted some yesterday.  Here are some more:


A fellow was planning to wed
But was sadly found naked in bed
With the mother of the bride,
Along for a ride,
So, for his own safety, he fled.

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A lady was planning to wed
But bought a small puppy instead.
“It’s cuddly and sweet,
It’s very discrete,
And adores me, as long as he’s fed.

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A fellow who was planning to wed
Practiced for his time in the bed
By visiting scores
Of big-breasted whores.
But he never enjoyed it , he said.

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A Tasmanian was planning to wed
His sister, the one with two heads.
His father said, “Jack,
She’s crap in the sack!”
So he married his mother instead.

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A fellow wasn't planning to wed
When he drew a sweet lass to his bed
But her father's advice
Was clear and concise:
"Marry her, my boy, or you're dead!"

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A fellow wasn’t planning to wed
When he had a liaison, in the shed.
But what altered his mind
Was a moment defined
By the shotgun, aimed at his head.

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A footballer was planning to wed
Until the tabloids published a spread
Showing him surprised,
In a position, compromised
With a spaniel, who was giving him head.

(Based on a true story, just the breed
has been changed to protect the innocent.)
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© 2012   J Cosmo Newbery
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4 comments:

  1. Well, somehow my comment posted twice, and I thought I deleted one, but both disappeared. Odd.

    Anyway, what I said was: I sense you really enjoy writing limericks. Perhaps there is a book in your future? Consider it!! You're good.

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  2. The more, the merrier! Thanks again for your enthusiastic participation!

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