Velvet_Tigress Posted April 25, 2006 Share Posted April 25, 2006 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! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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