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Los Angeles today
Is foggy, smoggy gray,
But there are days
Without the haze.
That's when UCLA.

A fellow could never explain
His jump-in-the-rivers campaign.
From bridges he dropped
Till in Paris he stopped
When they judged him completely in Seine.

Two doctors who cared for their flocks
Were thought of by many as jocks.
They could run, pass, and kick
While still curing the sick -
An incredibly strange paradox.

The compass by Tates has a cost
That's high, but the compass gets tossed
By many, who say
That it points the wrong way.
He who has a Tates is lost.

(And many more)

Sally Yocom

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The following comments are for "A Little Book of (Clean) Limericks"
by SallyY

Sally Y's "Clean Limerick"
Hahaha! Clever and amusing. Made my day.


( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: August 27, 2007 )

Thanks, Lena, for your kind words. I love writing limericks and have over 100 of them, all with some kind of word play in the last line.

( Posted by: SallyY [Member] On: August 27, 2007 )

Amazing Sally 's Limericks...come on back now, ya hear?
PS - I do hope you plan on posting more of these, since you say you have over a hundred of them. I love limericks, especially if they are done well, and I must say again, yours are quite exceptionally crafted, clever and funny! How you can do that with a limerick and stay CLEAN to boot, is truly a wonder, heehee!


( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: August 28, 2007 )

Thanks again, Lena. It's really nice to be appreciated. I just posted four more, under Limericks, Limericks.


( Posted by: SallyY [Member] On: August 28, 2007 )

La France est Drole
These are all so hilarious...I laughed at every one of them. My favorite, however, is the one about the river diver being judged completely 'in Seine'. Je parle beaucoup de francais, mais j'aime aussi les blagues francaises.


( Posted by: ArsPoet2789ica [Member] On: August 30, 2007 )

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