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Author Name: Freeasiemek 3 Comments
Date Added: February 22, 2004 02:02:46 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Limericks
There once was a guy named Will.
He lived in a house on a hill.
He went out to eat,
And ate a lot of meat,
And was given a really big bill.

I once knew a purple car.
It drove out way too far.
It loved to smash,
And it got in a crash,
And now there is no purple car.
Author's Notes:
a writing assignment in 6th grade - the good old days :) - isn't it funny how some things just stick with you? sheesh, I could use that brain space...
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeFlis R on March 17, 2004 02:11:28 AM Report
lol i like them...i have school assignment limericks on my account too. felise xxx
Comment By: FreePaul Walsh on March 6, 2004 04:45:03 PM Report
No bad at all ........... funny.
Walshy.
Comment By: FreeAnima Boko on February 22, 2004 05:50:40 AM Report
hehe funny....I like limericks
Becky x




 


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