Limericks

Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Timber

Bryntin was perusing his recent output and found a lot of not rhyming, so he thought he’d have a try at a little limerick post to at least reacquaint himself with the concept of rhyme, if not common decency.

A lumberjack from Canada called Ned
has some difficulty getting himself out of bed
constantly snoozes alarms
even ignores his wife’s charms
so there’s no hope of much wood for her shed


Note: If you like what I wrote up there and, lets face it, it is quite unlikely but still possible, then why not press one of the buttons that shares it to other people you know?

Or of course, if you don’t want them to know you’ve enjoyed this, or just feel ashamed now and want to keep it to yourself, don’t. Feel free to leave a comment though, even if it’s just ‘Stop it, please!’

6 thoughts on “Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Timber”

    1. Ah, that’s the beauty of wood, multiple synonyms and slang um… ingrained in it. 😉
      Thank you for the follow, I don’t know if you’ll ever be as enthusiastic as that again.

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