I do love a limerick and thought that after the success of some of my Halloween limericks, I would share some Christmas ones that I wrote, over the next few days. I hope that you enjoy them.
A voluptuous young turkey named Fay
Had a farmer looking her way
Her breast and her thighs
Were a feast for his eyes
So her served her up Christmas day!A voluptuous young turkey named Fay Had a farmer looking her way Her breast and her thighs Were a feast to his eyes So her served her up Christmas day!
That lools so tempting?
I can’t wait to try it ??
I know, it does look delicious. It wouldn’t last long in my house, that’s for sure! 🙂
Yes I absolutely loved it.??
There was a young lady from Turkey
Who wept when the weather was murky
When the day turned out fine
She finally ceased to whine
That capricious young lady from Turkey.
JP – Turkey of a different kind!
HA! Love it JP. I hope you will be writing some more limericks for me to enjoy. 🙂
Ooooow! Judy, that poor turkey. I prefer to pretend that turkey’s come in plastic bags with their giblets in a small bag inside.
Me too, Robbie. It doesn’t pay to think too deeply about its origins! 🙂
Oh, a man’s admiring look can be misunderstood… lol!
Oh, don’t we know it!! 🙂
Judy! I didn’t think you were that kind of girl. 😉
HAHA! I have many hidden layers! 🙂
Apparently. 😉 So does the turkey. Eew…
???I’ll prefer not to think about that!!
Poor Fay. Her good looks didn’t work out so well 😀
No indeed. the farmer was rather enamoured of her figure, for the wrong reasons! 🙂 🙂
Poor Fay! If only she hadn’t looked so good.
Sometimes it can be a disadvantage to look good! 🙂
Ha, ha! Poor Fay! I love limericks and you’re so good at them.?
Thank you Vashti, I am so glad you enjoy them, they are probably my favourite types of verse to write! 🙂
You’re so good at it. 😀 xx
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Hello, and thanks for stopping by. I am Judy, in my (very) early fifties and decided that life definitely gets more interesting as it goes on! I am a wife and a mum and have just finished University as a Registered Nurse, after having worked as an Associate Practitioner in the NHS. I am also a poet and the author of my debut book, 'Rhymes of the Times.' I love to laugh, and I love rhyming words too, so I joined the two together, and my book was born. I am currently working on another book in the series also. I am a prolific blogger and enjoy writing funny stories, anecdotes, and anything really that takes my fancy.
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