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 DARE in it somewhere. Here are your masterpieces:
My wife said to me, “Don’t you dare
Go out without combing your hair.
You look such a sight
You’ll give dogs a fright.”
Don’t know why, she must know I don’t care!
There once was a man who would dare
To walk in my yard and not care
I turned on my hose
I watered his nose
He now walks around whilst he’s bare.
My humour is too often sick
So I dare not write a limerick!
It might be smut
Or off its nut
Or pull some other fanciful trick.
Bob was one wild guy
Who’d dare anything when he’s high
Or shop while nude
There is nothing he wouldn’t try.
My children have been known to dare me
To try some illegal candy
I tell them I’d try
But I’m too scared to die
Besides, CBD works quite dandily!
Without a care
She cut her hair
It was oh, so long
But now it’s gone
No one thought she’d take the dare!
Don’t you dare go into space!
It really is a hostile place
With Gamma rays.
Vacuum makes stays
Hard to breathe in a star base!
Whilst drunk, I agreed to a dare
By the fountains, Trafalgar Square
Was nabbed by a copper
For conduct improper
The details I’d rather not share!
Bony Tony made the crowd shriek,
When he cast off his clothes and ran off to streak.
No need to be scared.
It was only a dare,
To show off his incredible cheek.