** Challenge: Topical limericks

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To stop things getting too confusing, it's probably best to create a separate thread for each new game or challenge.

Re: ** Challenge: Topical limericks

Post by Bobinwales » Thu Sep 20, 2012 12:15 pm

I am not exactly known for being a royalist! However, I must ask the question, "Who is Kate Middleton?".

I know that the Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Windsor (or Catherine Wales in some places depending on the circumstances) was Kate Middleton before her marriage. but she has most certainly not announced that she is retaining her maiden name.

A regal duchess called Kate,
Sued the pants off Closer too late,
By the time it was done,
The publisher had fun,
And left the long-lensman to fate.
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Re: ** Challenge: Topical limericks

Post by vacpacker1 » Fri Sep 21, 2012 5:46 am

And here's one from my expert limerick writing son, Brian:


"I'm truly appalled by the Brits.
Of their "Royals" give less than two shits.
Their pathetic fixation.
A whole fucking nation.
Obsessed with the princess' tits!"
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Re: ** Challenge: Topical limericks

Post by vacpacker1 » Fri Sep 21, 2012 6:10 am

Here's another one. I'll keep posting these as I think of them, until we're all tired of this game.

First there's Kate taking off her bikini,
Then we're waiting to see William's weenie,
Within hours the set
Is all over the Net,
And it looks like a film from Fellini.
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Re: ** Challenge: Topical limericks

Post by Edwin F Ashworth » Fri Sep 21, 2012 10:47 am

@Bob

Wasn't Wurzel a long Lensman?
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Re: ** Challenge: Topical limericks

Post by Bobinwales » Fri Sep 21, 2012 3:40 pm

vacpacker1 wrote:And here's one from my expert limerick writing son, Brian:
You must be very proud of his use of language.

From the profane to the ridiculous.
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