Here’s your Monday smile – it’s limerick time. Send in your own or here’s a prompt for you –
Here are a few limericks to make you smile this Monday. The prompt last week was WRONG.
Whether it be right or wrong,
Ricky will still sing his song.
Once he’s in flight,
No end in sight.
Guess we should all sing along!
Is it wrong to be sexist but gay?
Is it wrong when you think but don’t say?
Should you give false confession
Provide the wrong impression
But do what you like anyway?
Is it wrong to be right all the time?
Does it help credibility climb?
Is it wrong to use words
That are just polished turds
Is it right, just as long as they rhyme?
Is it right? Is it wrong? Is it rude?
To be me and be free. Or be prude?
Should one skinny dip?
Or stay clothed round the hip?
Or should one simply strip and go nude.
It feels wrong to get up so late
Thank goodness I still feel great
Daylight savings made change
Our hours rearranged
Sleeping in just might be our fate!
It was wrong to eat all of the cake
My friends for my birthday did make
I know I’m a glutton
But I burst my top button,
On best dress – for goodness sake!
Something’s not right
But the answer is just out of sight
Something feels wrong
In fact, there’s a bit of a pong
Brace yourself and hold that nose tight!
I am having a very strange day
I think it started the wrong way
I dressed an hour
Before my shower
So in wet clothes I join the fray.
Our dear friend Whale, comes from Hong Kong,
Likes a karaoke sing song,
When his brain is a mess,
It helps sort out his stress,
Then, nothing in life seems that wrong!
Said Ernie to Eric, “Here’s a play what I wrote.”
Said Eric to Ernie, “Don’t gloat.
Your grammar’s all wrong
But it’ll do for a song.
In the Euros it’ll get plenty of votes.”
Captain Tom, who was seldom wrong.
Taught me to sing some very rude songs.
But ‘Eskimo Nell’
Stretched me so well.
A great ballad . . . but EVER so long!
Linking People 2003:
Right or wrong is determined by circumstances,
An act in itself is not wrong or right needs acceptances.
Wrong normal dose for thin patient,
Can turn out to be right due to spillage if impatient,
Two wrongs, indeed at times can turn out to be right reflectances!
There was a young woman named Wong –
An Aussie, who hated Mah-jong;
Was redhead, and crude;
Disliked Chinese food;
‘Perhaps,’ thought Ms. Wong, ‘I’m all wrong.’
It almost seems a comic song
“I’m wrong, I’m wrong, you’re right, I’m wrong”
But surely it can’t always be
The mere idea is far too silly
You’ve failed to persuade me…all night long.
I thought there was something throng
Finding hubby dressed in a thong
On the kitchen table
With my best friend Mabel
Playing anything but ping-pong.
And here’s Sharon Tingle‘s brain limerick:
Neanderthal: one with a brain that trumps all
Being capable of committing far more than just a wrong call.
Yet the brain being a recorder
Records both good and bad in chronological order
But spews out only bad for the cloddish, moronic Mr. Square Ball.