Sunday, May 05, 2013

508 : Off the Table


Mad Kane has a regular limerick challenge.
She provides the first line,
the rest is up to us.

Off the Table
"Off the table Mable,
the money's for the beer..."

A fellow, who took many trips
To clubs where a young lady strips,
Got the fright of his life
Recognising his wife
Both dancing and pulling large tips.

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© J Cosmo Newbery 2013
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21 comments:

  1. The Roman numbering seems most appropriate for this limerick!

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  2. HA! THese are so much fun!

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  3. Now that's pretty hip!

    Very amusing. :)

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    1. You cannot believe how happy I am that the milk didn't come out your nose!

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  5. Glad there wasnt a typo on the last word, hee hee.

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  6. I'm sure I read 'tits' ...... :P

    xxx

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    1. I'm sure you did too. Not what's written though! :-P

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    1. My day has not been wasted, then!

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  8. I knew this would be fun starting from the title and on!

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  9. "All comments are nice but constructive criticism and suggestions for improvement are even nicer". .. But there doesn't ever seem to be any need for any of that..

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  10. Hehe - excellent!

    Anna :o]

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  11. Will this be the end of their marriage? Will they go for marriage counselling? Will their love lives at home get a whole lot raunchier? Stay tuned for. . . .

    Um, yes, well.

    Peace and joy, J.C.

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