Bill Collection Time (A Legal Limerick)

Bill Collection Time (A Legal Limerick)
By Madeleine Begun Kane

The judge viewed your case with derision,
So he rendered an adverse decision.
But when paying my bill,
Do not bear me ill will,
‘Cause I saved you from going to prison.

UPDATE: Don’t forget to enter my Mother’s Day limerick writing contest.  The deadline is May 12, 2007 and there are money prizes for the best two limericks.

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4 Responses to “Bill Collection Time (A Legal Limerick)”

  1. Paul says:

    My advocate charged me a fee
    That I thought was too much, just a wee
    When I asked for the reason
    He said, “It’s golfing season
    And I just bought a plasma TV.”

  2. madkane says:

    Fun one, Paul. Thanks for posting!

  3. Doug says:

    I never object to a cash fee
    But innocence was prima facie,
    So the check bears a date
    Set by my estate
    Payable after they gas me.

  4. madkane says:

    Delightfully morbid, Doug. :)