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Velvet_Tigress
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From time to time one of my friends sends me a forward, with some sort of goofy joke, or sad story, or whatever the flavor of the week happens to be. This week she sent me a dirty limerick which, for the sake of not offending everyone, is better left off this board.

 

However, how poetic are you all? Anyone want to attempt a limerick that involves fur? This isn't a contest, but it's sort of fun to attempt to write a limerick that fits into our own particular group.

 

Here's my attempt, and I apologize if it's somewhat wanting:

 

A woman once sat brushing her golden locks,

 

And sighed as she looked at her jewelry box,

 

A man who gives diamonds and gold,

 

May prove rich and bold,

 

But my heart belongs to the man who gives fox.

 

Do me better. I dare you!

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There was a young redhead from Naas

All the Jockeys they'd give her the chase

For her peculiar kink

to make love in her Mink,

Meant weighing room fights after the race.

 

A partcularly apt one to coincide with Punchestown. Black Fox is there with all those lovely Irish girls in fur and I am stuck here Sob

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Just a quick question -ow long will it be before someone tries to star a limerick with the line: "There once was a man from Nantucket" ?

 

Unclejoe

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Worker, you're furrier than I imagined you, and those ears!

 

If I didn't know better I'd say you looked similar to an anthropomorphic bunny rabbit! *laughs*

 

Kate

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There once was a man from Nantucket

Who put mum's three furs in a bucket

And no-one can say

Just what happened that day

But mum now has six furs and a bucket.

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Worker, you're furrier than I imagined you, and those ears!

 

You know what they say about guys with big ears, don't you?

 

They have really, really... umm... good hearing!

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