Sunday, May 21, 2017

1021 - Careful Driving.

Mad Kane poses a regular limerick challenge.
The key word this week is ‘ride’.

Careful Driving

A less than demure young bride,
Took care when going for a ride.
The bumps on the road
Could dislodge her load:
Spectacular but not dignified.
© J Cosmo Newbery 2017
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  1. Actually I think it is a prom sort of affair, not a wedding.

  2. I suspect that a hiccup would discharge the load. Her living bra is deceased.

  3. Wife took me on Ferris Wheel ride
    My terror was real hard to hide
    Long till I forget
    What stomachs omit
    Till wife let me sit on inside

  4. You must get the rhythm right, Martin:

    A succession of boys then applied
    To take the young girl for a ride.
    She permitted their requests
    To snuggle in her breasts
    But six of them drowned when they tried.

  5. Poor girl. Talk about an accident, waiting to happen.

  6. Oh my goodness. I have clearly lived too long, what a wedding dress. Understatement not a big thing with

  7. The bumps on the road .... oh my. I'm speechless - Can't stop laughing to think this is actually real - and sadly it is, I'm sure.

  8. Wardrobe malfunction alert!

  9. Oops I would say... but I guess she wanted to show her assets


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