Sunday, 7 July 2013

Shafts of flame gigantic

Drat this hayfever. My head is so fuzzy right now it makes writing naughty things (and writing coherently in general) very hard. My sympathy to anyone else who suffers from it.

I have managed to stay compos mentis long enough to write a silly limerick. I hope it makes you smile!

Hope vs Reality

She thought it a Daddy-proof ruse
And one guaranteed to amuse!
Her confident dash
Was gone in a flash
And so were her pink underoos.

19 comments:

  1. Hope your hayfever gives you a break soon. :)

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  2. I'm awake and suffering from hayfever on this warm morning too, Penny.Thus kind of heavy breathing, we could do without!

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    1. Aw, hehe. Believe me, I sympathise!

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  3. such a good limerick it made me smile.

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  4. Cute cute cute. Made me smile.

    I'm sitting here in my new bikini (super cute) and discovered a hair I missed. For perhaps months now…yuk.

    TMI.

    Love the limerick, P.

    x

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    1. lol, not TMI at all! XD

      *hug* glad you enjoyed the poem :D

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  5. I'm sure you wish you were here, Penelope. We have cold weather, but sunshine and no hayfever because it's winter.

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    1. Mm, that does sound nice, Aunty :)

      It is nice to be hot for a change, though I do really prefer a beautiful winter's day. But I shouldn't moan - it'll be cold again soon enough!

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    2. May I join you two for for some cool non hayfevery weather, please?

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  6. You may Mr X, but I warn you I like to keep things nice and hot inside.

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    1. There are some occasions when it's great fun to be hot, Aunty..)

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  7. Very, very cute! :)

    I want to make you some peppermint tea and take you for a good steam. Get better, please. XOXO

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  8. Ohhhh love the limerick!
    There once was a little Poppy,
    Who had to get smacked on her botty.
    Her knickers came down,
    and daddy wore a frown
    Maybe next time she won't be so sloppy!
    ~Poppy

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    1. Very good, Poppy! What a clever girl you are to come up with such a nice limerick.

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