Is This Funny or What

Is This Funny or What

Limericks, Rhymes and Tales for All Times

Paperback - 2005
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The following are randomly chosen limericks or rhymes from Is This Funny Or What?. They are guaranteed to keep a laugh and a smile and perhaps a blush on your face from cover to cover.Charades is a game adults play and Old Dan was very good He laughed out loud as he fooled the crowd every time he could Once he did pose, bent over, no clothes (the ladies said he was dapper) He fooled 'em again, he said, "It's the Liberty Bell and Clapper" ***** A man was told one day by his wife "The more sex you have, the longer your life I'll tell you one more thing with mixed joy and sorrow I'll live to 110 and odds are, you'll croak tomorrow" ***** There was an old man from St. Eustatius Whose mannerisms were pretty audacious For when in the mood he'd walk around nude And when he'd bend over, the view was hellacious ***** A young man entered a biker bar and announced out loud, "My name is Peter Pan", you could see the stunned crowd "I'm looking for a friend of mine", he continued on to yell When a big hairy biker said, "Here I am, Peter, it's me, Tinker Bell" ***** If you would be a gourmet cook or your skills you would enhance The word that's out and about is to attend a cooking school in France For it's said it leads the world in preparing gourmet food And in this school their first rule is, "Don't fry bacon in the nude"
Publisher: Bloomington, Ind. : Authorhouse, 2005
ISBN: 9781420883664
Characteristics: xi, 327 pages :,illustrations ;,23 cm.


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