Frost*ie Limericks (Now over 1580 Limericks!!)

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Mikey

#1213
So Luis has done for our boys,
And the blame? I don't think it's Roy's
Meh. Football. Whatever.
They weren't very clever
They've gone home to listen to "Toys"     boom tish


There once were some boys in Brazil
I used to have a signature

Renters

There once were some boys in Brazil
Who played football without zest or thrill
That's jazz.  Jazz is weird...

owen

There once were some boys in Brazil
Who played football without zest or thrill
Then they started to salsa

Rook

There once were some boys in Brazil
Who played football without zest or thrill
Then they started to salsa
In the city of Tulsa,

Renters

There once were some boys in Brazil
Who played football without zest or thrill
Then they started to salsa
In the city of Tulsa,
Words for rhyming's sake shows lack of skill

Guy's, lets try and stick to the Story
OK, I know it's not Jackanory
But lines one and two
Show what to do
Get it right and your covered in glory

There are bucked teeth I want to punch straight
That's jazz.  Jazz is weird...

owen

Guy's, lets try and stick to the theme
Of fishing for sea bass and bream

owen

Renters, WTF? :o Right:

There are bucked teeth I want to punch straight
And others I don't really hate



PS TA's gonna get you!

RacingHippo

There are bucked teeth I want to punch straight
And others I don't really hate
With these dentistry skillz
* May contain nuts.

Mikey

There are bucked teeth I want to punch straight
And others I don't really hate
With these dentistry skillz
and some accurate drillz



What was that about TA?  ;)
I used to have a signature

Trapezium Artist

There are bucked teeth I want to punch straight
And others I don't really hate
With these dentistry skillz
and some accurate drillz
I arrive on the scene, somewhat late.

What was that about TA?  ;)


I'm glad that we're back on our course,

owen

I'm glad that we're back on our course,
Said the jockey to his piebald horse

Mikey

I'm glad that we're back on our course,
Said the jockey to his piebald horse
He rode him quite hard
I used to have a signature

Rook

Quote from: Renters on June 20, 2014, 11:04:39 AM
There once were some boys in Brazil
Who played football without zest or thrill
Then they started to salsa
In the city of Tulsa,
Words for rhyming's sake shows lack of skill

Ok Renters, I'm going to call you out right there. WTF do you expect me to do with "salsa"?

Trapezium Artist

Quote from: Rook on June 20, 2014, 09:27:57 PM
Quote from: Renters on June 20, 2014, 11:04:39 AM
There once were some boys in Brazil
Who played football without zest or thrill
Then they started to salsa
In the city of Tulsa,
Words for rhyming's sake shows lack of skill

Ok Renters, I'm going to call you out right there. WTF do you expect me to do with "salsa"?

C'mon, Rook: everyone knows that the obvious rhyme would have been "khalsa":

noun: the group of initiated Sikhs to which devout orthodox Sikhs are ritually admitted at puberty; founded by the tenth and last Guru in 1699

Balsa would definitely have been wrong though; completely different pronunciation  8)

RacingHippo

I'm glad that we're back on our course,
Said the jockey to his piebald horse
He rode him quite hard
To the knackers yard
* May contain nuts.