A Fit Over Fiddles

I had such a good time with my Clichéd Limerick the other day, I thought I’d write another:

A Fit Over Fiddles
By Madeleine Begun Kane

I hope you don’t think this a nit,
But cliché buffs should surely admit
That we need to part ways
With certain clichés:
Just how often do fiddles sound fit?

UPDATE: Happy Cliché Day, November 3rd!

UPDATE 2: World Fiddle Day falls on the Saturday closest to May 19.

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6 Responses to “A Fit Over Fiddles”

  1. scott says:

    I ask, can a fiddle sound fit?
    How far to the end of my wit?
    How easy is pie?
    Why turn a blind eye?
    And can somebody not give a sh..?

  2. Nimue says:

    hAHA !! i love reading your blog ! any time :)

  3. rachel says:

    Haha! Adorable limerick! :-)

  4. madkane says:

    Thanks, everyone, and fun verse scott!

  5. Bob Dvorak says:

    I went to a school in Fort Knox
    Where they think of gold ingots as rocks,
    And spent all my time planning
    On gold without panning.
    But it’s locked up. Think outside the box.

  6. madkane says:

    Fun limerick, Bob!