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Thursday, April 21, 2011

DAY 21 - NAPOWRIMO 2011

For Mad Kane’s humour blog

And posted to Writers Island


CHUMLEY WOOSTERSHIRE TAME

A guy with a very long name
Claimed the same was to blame for his shame
Not just double-barrelled
It started with Harold
And went on – Cholmondley-Worcestershire-Thame

21 comments:

  1. I'm so glad you've become a regular participant in my Limerick-Offs! Thanks!

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  2. Thanks Mad Kane; I'm all for a bit of fun.

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  3. Stan, you have excelled yourself. If this doesn't win the limerick-off I will eat my computer mouse.

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  4. Thanks Viv; Computer mouse - nice with chips!

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  5. Great stuff, this one. Love the name, would hate to address the envelope (does anyone use envelopes anymore?)

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  6. Thanks Ron; We just call him 'Arry...

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  7. Great limerick!

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  8. Thanks I'mnotaverse; What do they say about sticks and stones...?

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  9. This is so brilliant... really!

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  10. Thanks Dave; Just a bit of light entertainment.

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  11. Ahh, but so much needed. Thanks so much for a good laugh. It really clears the air, and I agree with Viv, this should take first place.

    Elizabeth

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  12. Stan, thanks for the smile to start the day. You are pretty darned good at those limericks:)

    Pamela

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  13. Thanks Elizabeth; It's not the winning...

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  14. Thanks Pamela; If I can put a smile on people's faces now and then, it's mission accomplished.

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  15. Too funny, this is great Stan!

    http://judyidliketosay.blogspot.com/2011/04/second-thoughts.html

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  16. Thanks Judy; Glad you liked it.

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  17. Stan, a bit of fun well done. And that second line with all the internal rhymes - nice!

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  18. I'm so not a limerick-writer...but I do enjoy reading them. And I enjoyed this one immensely! :)

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  19. Clever, Stan! You are a natural with limericks.

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  20. Thanks to:
    Andy;
    Mr.Walker;
    Whenwordsescape;
    Mary;

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