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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by ShadowMan, Dec 19, 2009.
I once met a vicar from Fife...
Who asked me to be his wife
He was greasy and fat
So I turned him down flat...
Then he turned round and ended my life
I once knew a dentist named Booth
Whose habits were strange and uncouth.
When using the drill
He loved making folk ill
By making them drink warm Vermouth
There was a young lady from Spain
Whose knickers were terribly plain
Patterns and frills
Gave her all sorts of ills...
So she never wore any again.
There was an old fool from Pembroke Dock
Who loved to wear his wife's frock
Everyone wondered was he a man or woman
A clue was the size of his sock!
When the limerick thread went astray...
I read it and felt great dismay
So I made up a song
About why it'd gone wrong
Saying it will improve in May.