Laughing Along With A Limerick

Here’s your Monday smile – it’s limerick time. Send in your own or here’s a prompt for you –

MOAN

Here are a few limericks to make you smile this Monday. The prompt was FIGHT:

Keith Channing:

Fight the good fight, they all say.

I tried it and it went okay.

Go at it like Hell,

Hope it goes well,

Then try once again the next day.

Paul Mastaglio:

A bit aggressive, this theme, Esther,

To be sure, it’ll be a tester,

Time to draw myself up to my full height,

Get ready for the fight,

On second thoughts, I’ll go for a siesta!

Christine Mallaband-brown:

I had a fight with the Hulk

He was renound for his bodily bulk

I grabbed at his arm

And smiled with great charm

Then I kicked him and made him sulk!

Trent’s World:

I once took a flight to Mars

Sailing through the silvery stars

I zoomed through space

With the greatest of haste

To return to the planet that’s ours.

**

He was in a terrible plight

For that bruiser wanted to fight

It was over naught

That he would’ve fought

So turning tail, he took flight.

Lyncrain:

We were terrified to see a fight

Nature offered a horrific sight

Vultures circling around

It was simply profound

Murder and dinner in broad daylight.

Marsha:

If you are lusting for fright

Then go and get in a fight.

In a bar or store,

Way down to your core,

You’ll shake and quiver all night.

Valerie Fish:

We’d never had such a huge fight

We were at it well into the night

Boy was making up fun

A new life begun

Nine months later, a little mite.

Rhen Laird:

Incensed, enraged, some folks daily fight

Defend their belief that they’re always right

‘Gainst great, small enemies they wage war

Till lost in the brawl is true reason for…

Will wisdom win, peace hold torchlight high in night?

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21 Responses to Laughing Along With A Limerick

  1. I had a good moan this morning
    Getting up I was really yawning
    I went back to sleep
    After the alarm had gone ‘beep’
    Now I’ve missed the sun rise at its dawning.

  2. Ritu says:

    “Right there,” she said with a moan
    “Oh, yes!” came the next groan
    It’s not what you think
    I say with a wink
    A massage, I’m sure you’d have known

  3. trentpmcd says:

    Poor Joan, I think she’s going to be doing a lot of moaning in an awful tone over her loan today…. So I will save poor Joan and do something else 😉

    I moan when I awake
    A few more hours, for goodness sake!
    I hate the alarm
    It causes great harm
    For the rest of the day I feel a flake

    There once was a guy named Bill
    Who tried to climb a big hill
    With a moan and a fit
    He decided to quit
    And accomplished less than nill

  4. Kim Smyth says:

    There once was a girl on vacation
    Who then had to leave her nice station
    With a moan she decreed
    “It is rest that I need!”
    Yet packed up and returned to her nation.

  5. TanGental says:

    After an epic Kardashian moan,
    The devil turned Kim’s buttocks to stone.
    Being no longer callipygous*
    She became quiet religious
    And joined a convent so as to atone.

    *in case this is a bit obscure – callipygous: having or pertaining to beautiful buttocks, easily one of my favourite words

  6. Arthur liked to continuously moan
    While talking to friends on his phone
    His complaints never stopped
    As from topic to topic he hopped
    On mute, they’d all grumble and groan

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  8. lyncrain says:

    Did you say you overheard her moan
    or was it an marginalized groan
    to eclipse her pleasure
    women like to measure
    let’s face it some men are prone to drone

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