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  1. I don't want to derail the Limerick Game thread but I wanted to let you see my take on the started limericks : A clueless young gent from the coast Had a woman named Maureen as host He let down her hair Found that nothing was there And concluded that she must be a ghost A young politician from Louth Had his chest tattooed 'Nil by Mouth' It must be a lie Politician's heard cry Of that there is absolutely no doubt I'm ready to sing you the blues At any old time that you choose It needn't be sad Because that would be bad You don't want your hearing to bruise And today's : A man named Paul Smith from the city Decided that he was so pretty He stared in the mirror Which took him forever It all made him feel rather giddy
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