Here’s to a great new week! Your new limerick challenge is as follows:
Your challenge last week was to write a limerick using the word SNORE in it somewhere. Here are your masterpieces:
Sometimes, I’ll admit it, I snore.
Not loudly, for that I’d abhor.
On Friday, my wife
Rubbed my nose with a knife
Enough just to make it quite sore!
There once was a girl on a bus
To grandma’s she told Mr Gus
When she took a short nap
Mr gus he did snap
“Your snore almost drove me to cuss.”
There was a weird man, it is said
Who snored loud enough to wake the dead
They broke the turf
To walk the Earth
Each night when he went to bed.
My husband’s snore is so deep
How can anyone sleep?
I’ve tried every device
And some aren’t so nice
Just once I’d like not a peep!
There was a man named Salvator
And he was known for his incredible snore
The neighbours he’d wake
The house, it would shake
Well, he just caused a terrible uproar!
When my husband snores loud and snores long
Grating stop-and-start staccato song
Neither quiet nor gentle
It drives me quite mental
So I give him a shove – am I wrong?
It’s really a great big bore
Trying to sleep through a snore
I wish he’d be quiet
For once in the night
Or else he’ll be out through the door!
Dessie Dull from Little Snoring,
Was known for being deadly boring.
It became too much for Fanny Fun
Who blew him away with her father’s gun
And he’s buried beneath the flooring.
Linking People 2013:
Comedian dictator snores in bunker safe,
Countrymen losing home and life unsafe,
Uncle Sam and other NATO countries betray,
Guised as aid but landlocked will repay,
By toiling soil for wheat, sunflower ensafe!