you're really good at these , they're such fun, just the antidote I need from my posts on bullying.Any chance of you popping over to try out the instructions? ;)Sue@traverselife
Yup, it worked! Thanks for the help. :)I enjoy 'limericking' - the shortness of them suits me perfectly, as my attention span can be a bit, well, short. *snort*
Hahaha, good one! I love reading your blog each evening, its a great way to end the day <3
What a wonderful F word, loved it,Thanks for the comment.Yvonne,
Who'd a thunk something good would come from a broke keyboard.*giggles*
Great post to read with my morning coffee. F is also for fun and your blog is much fun. Thanks.
Very silly. I loved it.
Too cute! I totally butchered the pronunciation of "fwustwatin" until I read it in context. Sounds much better that way!Come check out my A-to-Z!
Thanks for the giggle! Look forward to what you're going to give us each day.
"I totally butchered the pronunciation of "fwustwatin" until I read it in context" - see, that's one of the prime reasons why I love this word... *snort*Thanks for the fabulous comments guys! I'm currently working on 'G' and 'H'.... I've got 'G' figured, but 'H' is stumping me so far.
These are so great! Short and sweet, I like that.:)
I know how annoying it was when my question mark didn't work. R must have been so mach harder to deal with.
Hee hee. Sounds like something Sylvester the Cat would say.
LOVED this! The only 'poetry' I can write are limericks--but I do love them so. :O)
You make writing limericks look so easy. I'm jealous. MM the Queen of Englishqueenofenglish.wordpress.com