Laughing Along With A Limerick

Here’s to a great week! Your new limerick challenge is as follows:


Your challenge last week was to write a limerick using the word STUDY in it somewhere. Here are your masterpieces:

Keith Edgar Channing:

Study well, my old grandfather said,
Try to cram more facts into your head.
Use what you’ve been given,
Don’t fear being driven,
You’ll achieve much before you are dead.

Christine Mallband-Brown:

The squire went down to his study
To meet with his favourite buddy
They proceeded to read
Books about chicken feed
To stop it from getting all muddy.

Kim Smyth:

Study real hard, and you’ll go far
Is what my dad said to me
So I’m doing Spanish
To learn a new language
Soon, look how fluent I’ll be!

Lance Greenfield:

“Study hard and have lots of fun!”
Is what Bony Tony told his son,
Who loved to write
And pillow-fight,
But, most of all, he loved to run.

Ruth Scribbles:

She said “If only you’d have studied,”
but she didn’t understand muddy
Mud pies vs
Dotting I’s
I’d rather not study and be grubby.

Linking People 2003:

Education is to train the mind to think,
Study requires devoting time and attention without a blink!
Reading and listening are inputs,
Writing and speaking are outputs,
Google search engine is largest library over palm via url link!


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19 Responses to Laughing Along With A Limerick

  1. I once had a very nice cat
    But she thought she was really a bat
    She jumped up and down
    And run round and round
    But couldn’t fly because she was fat!

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  2. trentpmcd says:

    Sue was a very nice girl
    So good she would make you hurl
    Just once be mean
    Or have your nickers seen
    Be human, give it a whirl!

    Liked by 4 people

  3. Kim Smyth says:

    For a girl to be nice
    She must pay the price
    Be sweet and helpful
    And never regretful
    With nary a need to think twice!

    Liked by 3 people

  4. There was a young lady from Nice
    Who married a Welsh lad called Rhys.
    She thought it was strange
    When he asked her to change.
    Her silk negligee for a little white fleece.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. My mother gave such good advice;
    Don’t cause fuss, she said, just be nice.
    I tried what she said
    Whilst out drinking with Fred;
    He filled all my pockets with ice!

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  6. Is that ‘nice’ as in kind or pretty
    Or is it ‘Nice’ as in the French city?
    I need to know
    Before I go
    And try to compose something witty

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  7. Linkingpeople2003 says:

    SELF sacrifice and martyrdom extinction,
    Have subtle difference with nice distinction!
    Both give pleasure and satisfaction zeal,
    With pleasant and attractive appeal,
    To next of kins with the fame addiction!

    आत्म बलिदान और शहादत विलुप्त,
    अच्छे भेद के साथ सूक्ष्म अंतर लिप्त!
    आनंद और संतोष उत्साह दोनों के साथ,
    सुखद और आकर्षक अपील के साथ,
    शोहरत की लत के साथ रिश्तेदारों को प्राप्त।

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