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The language of this forum is English

I just spent 20 minutes translating that damn limerick of @montycrusto only to find @Madiosi had already done it!

I appeal to you to clamp down on this irresponsible behaviour, my head will be full of . and - for the rest of the day.

PS Brilliant limerick monty

PPS I wonder how the listening goons at GCHQ and Menwith Hill got on when they spotted this coded communication?
 

Madiosi

Depictor of Dreams
Staff member
MODERATORS:

The language of this forum is English

I just spent 20 minutes translating that damn limerick of @montycrusto only to find @Madiosi had already done it!

I appeal to you to clamp down on this irresponsible behaviour, my head will be full of . and - for the rest of the day.

PS Brilliant limerick monty

PPS I wonder how the listening goons at GCHQ and Menwith Hill got on when they spotted this coded communication?
It's a borderline case. The language was English, only the Letters a bit different. No reason for a warning.
 

Barbaria1

Rebel Leader
Staff member
There once were some blokes on the Forums
Who were totally lacking in decorums
Bad rhymes they did write
Often poor Barb to spite

And received multiple demerits in reformums
 

twonines

Senator
Something for Melissa, no aspersions to her personally, but the locations should have some resonance.

A libidinous lady who hailed from Attercliffe,
Lived life, as if on the edge of a cliff.
Sometimes, she fucked
And occasionally sucked,
Cos` she couldn`t resist a cock that was stiff.


A young wife who lived in Brightside,
Spread her favours, both far and wide.
The pursuit of her joys,
Embraced both girls and boys,
So hubby raised some weals on her hide!
 

montycrusto

Slave Trader
(This appeared on another thread but belongs here :p )

The Ballad of Bonnie Wee Barb:

Wee Barb liked tae dress rather Spartan,
She just girded her nethers wi’ tartan,
Saying ”This bit o’ kit’ll
Conceal ma tight little,
Frae the eyes o’ the lads o’ Dumbarton”
 

montycrusto

Slave Trader
The ballad of Bonnie Wee Barb (part deux)

Wee Barb liked a strong bit o’ tipple,
In amounts which would normally cripple.
As she stripped herself bare,
She shouted “Beware!
Ye’ll get poked by ma tumescent nipple!”
 
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