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Mary Wood
26-Jan-2012, 16:52
....or a shaggy dog story, or even an unfortunate allegory, couldn't we?

Bob Crandell
26-Jan-2012, 17:33
On Thu, 26 Jan 2012 15:52:37 +0000, Mary Wood wrote:

> ...or a shaggy dog story, or even an unfortunate allegory, couldn't we?

What do you get if you cross a dog and a lion ?
A terrified postman !

If you take your dog downtown, where should you leave him?
In a barking lot.

What happened to the dog that ate nothing but garlic ?
His bark was much worse than it's bite !

GofBorg
26-Jan-2012, 17:37
> ...or a shaggy dog story, or even an unfortunate allegory, couldn't we?

There once was a girl from Nantucket...

Shaun Pond
26-Jan-2012, 17:53
GofBorg,

who ate all of the fish in a bucket

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Simon Flood
26-Jan-2012, 18:11
Except she forgot the lemon
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Shaun Pond
26-Jan-2012, 18:21
Simon,

and each fish had its head on

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Bob Crandell
26-Jan-2012, 19:05
On Thu, 26 Jan 2012 15:52:37 +0000, Mary Wood wrote:

> ...or a shaggy dog story, or even an unfortunate allegory, couldn't we?

http://www.boredstupid.com/index_clock.shtml

Unfortunately it only works with IE.

Gert
26-Jan-2012, 22:10
On 1/26/2012 4:52 PM, Mary Wood wrote:
> ...or a shaggy dog story, or even an unfortunate allegory, couldn't we?

mary from the wood
felt misunderstood
by those
that chose
to be just a dude

Joseph Marton
26-Jan-2012, 22:29
Shaun Pond wrote:

> GofBorg,
>
> who ate all of the fish in a bucket

Awww I was severely disappointed by the direction this limerick went.

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kgroneman
26-Jan-2012, 23:20
So she decided the next round goes to her puppet.

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Kim - 1/26/2012 3:20:40 PM

Simon Flood
26-Jan-2012, 23:48
On 26/01/2012 17:21, Shaun Pond wrote:

> and each fish had its head on

But that's what they do in Phuket!
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Simon Flood
26-Jan-2012, 23:49
On 26/01/2012 21:29, "Joseph Marton" wrote:

> Awww I was severely disappointed by the direction this limerick went.

Is that better ... ? ;-)
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GofBorg
27-Jan-2012, 00:12
> Awww I was severely disappointed by the direction this limerick went.

LOL...I was expecting flames from the sky as the thwack-o-matic engaged.

Sewermonger
27-Jan-2012, 00:16
I went to the butchers the other day and I bet him $50 that he couldn't
reach the meat off the top shelf. He said, 'no, the steaks are too
high.'
Why couldn't the chicken find her eggs? Because she mislaid them.
Does the name Pavlov ring a bell?
Old bookkeepers never die, they just lose their figures.


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Bob Crandell
27-Jan-2012, 00:47
On Thu, 26 Jan 2012 23:16:02 +0000, Sewermonger wrote:

> I went to the butchers the other day and I bet him $50 that he couldn't
> reach the meat off the top shelf. He said, 'no, the steaks are too
> high.'
> Why couldn't the chicken find her eggs? Because she mislaid them. Does
> the name Pavlov ring a bell?
> Old bookkeepers never die, they just lose their figures.

My hero.

Shaun Pond
27-Jan-2012, 10:01
Shaun,

she was all day afraid she'd up-chuck it

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Shaun Pond
27-Jan-2012, 10:02
Kgroneman,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scansion

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Shaun Pond
27-Jan-2012, 10:03
Simon,

same answer as to Kim :)

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Simon Flood
27-Jan-2012, 12:12
On 27/01/2012 09:03, Shaun Pond wrote:

> same answer as to Kim :)

Oh Phuket! ;-)
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Shaun Pond
27-Jan-2012, 12:33
Simon,

you needed another syllable ;) perhaps "But that's what they all do in
Phuket" :)

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kgroneman
27-Jan-2012, 17:18
"this article or section is in need of attention from an expert on the
subject."

Go for it.

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Shaun Pond
27-Jan-2012, 17:24
Kgroneman,

hehehe

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Bob Crandell
03-Feb-2012, 18:19
On Thu, 26 Jan 2012 15:52:37 +0000, Mary Wood wrote:

> ...or a shaggy dog story, or even an unfortunate allegory, couldn't we?

For those of you with no friends:

I have a 3lb mass up top
Where all my input goes, nonstop
I use it all day
I'm trying to say
My brain is the best friend I've got!