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Thread: A poem.

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    A poem.

    I once had a dog called bingo
    Some say he resembled a dingo
    I couldn't see that as I fed him a cat
    He doesn't even speak their lingo.

    It's late

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    re: A poem.


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    re: A poem.

    There once was a puppy called Bingo
    Who was bought by an aliend Bongo
    Their time wasn't bitter
    Two runts of their litter
    Cos Bingo was house-training Bongo(sdad)

    Tis a Limerick not a poem, but couldn't resist after Bongosdad questioned on the other thread whether his pup was the runt of the litter.

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    re: A poem.

    You may not like
    the things we do
    Only idiots ignore the truth

    You may not like
    the things we say
    What's the difference, anyway?

    It's easy to
    lay down and hide
    Where's the warrior without his pride?

    We're gonna move real good
    We're gonna dress so fine
    It's dog eat dog eat dog eat dog eat dog eat dog eat dog eat dog eat dog
    Leapfrog the dog
    And brush me, daddy-o

    It makes me proud,
    so proud of you,
    I see innocence shining through...

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    A gold each for our two Villa Mad poet laureates. Very funny.

    And an Antishly good quote from Nuclear. I had to look it up, Nuc!

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    re: A poem.

    There was a young ladyd Winnie
    who wore very little else but a pinny
    she said I like to cook
    I said I like to look
    So I did and came over all giddy

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    re: A poem.

    There was a young mand Arran
    who's optimism had run barren
    He said with a scream
    Lambart's a queen
    from now on I'll just call him Karen.

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    re: A poem.

    There was a young man called Ozfan
    Who had pecs that Win liked to scan
    She said don't be a tease
    You can rip that singlet with ease
    And show off your Aussie bronzed tan.




    Ok. At least I tried. I think I'll leave the poetry to Mr Smarty Pants Laureate.

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    re: A poem.

    There was a yound dadd Bongo
    Who searched for yeti in Congo
    It was plain to see
    That the lad from Swansea
    Would have more luck playing the Banjo

    On his return to Blighty did Bongo
    Take in a mutt pretty Pronto
    Hed her Rosie
    Took her back o'er the sea
    Now all she eats is fresh Mango

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    Ha! brilliant you two.

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    Yes, top marks, Nuc! .

    Come on Oz, entertain us with some more. I'm thinking ... Yubby and grubby ...

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    everyone wants to be

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    re: A poem.

    There is a young mand Yubby
    Some say he's a bit of a tubby
    He said that's not fair
    It's mostly body hair
    and that bit's just a bit grubby.

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    re: A poem.

    There was a young camperd Welchy
    Whose tent after rain got quite squelchy
    Grabbed a beer from the eskie,
    English best bitter, how pesky !
    Thirst quenched, he let out a loud belchy.


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    Ha ha! Love them!

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    Very good gentleman

    2 x 8/10's

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    By the way I'm not fat, I've got big stomach bones.

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    re: A poem.

    Apologies in advance I have gone down the Tubby Yubby route but I have said young man so I hope that makes amends


    There was a young mand Yubby
    Whose stomach grew exceedingly tubby
    Sister Winnie feared the worst
    that he was about to give birth
    But relieved to find out he was just very chubby

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    Young, I'll take that.

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    Excellent, Rosie!

    Yubbs, you're just going to have to start sharing those Tim Tams with me. Don't want any more little old ladies offering you a seat on the train.

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