Limerick-Off Monday – Rhyme Word: FAIR or FARE or AFFAIR at the end of any one line (Submission Deadline: March 28, 2020)

It’s Limerick-Off time, once again. And that means I write a limerick, and you write your own, using the same rhyme word. Then you post your limerick(s) as a comment to this post and, if you’re a Facebook user, on Facebook too.

I hope you’ll join me in writing limericks using FAIR or FARE or AFFAIR at the end of any one line. (Homonyms or homophones are fine.)

The best submission will be crowned Limerick-Off Award Winner. (Here’s last week’s Limerick-Off Award Winner.)

Additionally, you may write themed limericks related to SCAMS, using any rhyme word. And of course I’ll present an extra award — one for the best SCAM-related limerick.

How will your poems be judged? By meter, rhyme, cleverness, and humor. (If you’re feeling a bit fuzzy about limerick writing rules, here’s my How To Write A Limerick article.)

I’ll announce the winners on March 29, 2020, right before I post the next Limerick-Off. So that gives you two full weeks to submit your clever, polished verse. Your submission deadline is Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 10:00 p.m. (Eastern Time.)

Here’s my FAIR-rhyme limerick:

I went shopping, but most shelves were bare;
Stocking up is a hopeless affair.
Seems most staples are made
In China. Well-played,
U.S. businesses! Great planning there!

And here’s my SCAM-themed limerick:

Though I’m loath to discount and cast darts
At a curative aspect of farts,
Any fat-fighting claim
Sounds a little bit lame.
If it dupes you, you likely lack smarts.

Please feel free to enter my Limerick-Off by posting your limerick(s) in my comments. And if you’re on Facebook, I hope you’ll join my friends in that same activity on my Facebook Limerick-Off post.

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108 Responses to “Limerick-Off Monday – Rhyme Word: FAIR or FARE or AFFAIR at the end of any one line (Submission Deadline: March 28, 2020)”

  1. Delano Britt says:

    My wife didn’t have a care.
    Until I learnt of her secret affair.
    Now I lock her away.
    In a cage everyday.
    So she learns that it’s better to share.

  2. Patrice Stewart says:

    When young, I cried, Life isn’t fair!
    Which earned me a skeptical stare
    From my mom, who would say
    Do your best every day,
    For the world rewards those who would dare
    (And success is a life-long affair.)

  3. Patrice Stewart says:

    Posit this: the DT’s an ET
    Sent to soften us up. Howls of glee
    Heard on low, endless scams;
    Can’t they catch him on cams?
    Oust the *OOA in Wash. DC!

    *Oval Office A&&h&le

  4. Patrice Stewart says:

    Now it’s time to retreat to my chair
    With cat, book; none the worse for the wear.
    “Institute” – Stephen King,
    Such a well-written thing;
    Untrue tweet but no scammer, I swear!
    (And that’s more than the D can declare:
    I’m no liar!…hold nose: brace, hot air.)

  5. Lisi Nortman says:

    Got a dog for my wife at “The Square”
    It’s a dachshund, with black and white hair
    He sits and he stays
    He heels and he lays
    I must say that the trade was quite fair

  6. Lisi Nortman says:

    On a trip to D.C. I declare!
    Things got weird when we almost were there!
    We just could not decode
    A sign on the road:
    Which said, “CAUTION Folks; Life Isn’t Fair”

  7. Lisi Nortman says:

    Hello! My name’s “Cyberspace Sam”
    Here’s a warning for each Sir and Ma’am:
    I’m not here to connive
    Send me $12.95
    And I’ll teach you ’bout “Internet Scam”

  8. Sharon Neeman says:

    Little sister, you’d better beware —
    Where there’s COVID, don’t have an affair;
    When you find you’re both sick,
    The fun ends really quick
    In the forced isolation you’ll share.

  9. Sharon Neeman says:

    First he swore we would have a great time;
    Then he fleeced me of every last dime;
    Then I found I was sick —
    Not just COVID, but tick-
    Borne disease… yes, Corona with Lyme.

  10. Judith H. Block says:

    COVID’s not a scam or a hoax,
    Among Nazis, there aren’t “fine folks”
    No, facts aren’t “fake news”
    Science isn’t a ruse,
    We’re tired of the BS he stokes.

  11. Kirk Miller says:

    Here’s some knowledge that I’d like to share.
    Fifteenth century food had some flair.
    It began in Florence;
    Spread through Europe and warrants
    Being known as the Renaissance Fare.

  12. Lisi Nortman says:

    If you’re eager to have an affair
    Find a guy with the same color hair
    Cuz just one tiny tress
    Could land on your dress
    And your “hubby” won’t know that it’s there

  13. Steve Frakt says:

    The e-mail from the Nigerian prince
    Said he’d captured the market for quince
    So on his assessment
    I made an investment
    And I haven’t heard from his since

  14. Steve Frakt says:

    The e-mail from the Nigerian prince
    Said he’d captured the market for quince
    So on his assessment
    I made an investment
    And I haven’t heard from him since

  15. Lisi Nortman says:

    from 1:06 today: another way of putting it:

    If you’re eager to have an affair
    Find a guy with the same color hair
    Cuz if one tiny tress
    Should land on your dress
    Your “hubby” just won’t even care

  16. Steve Frakt says:

    She was bundled on a cozy deck chair
    When the abandon ship call pierced the air.
    Since the Titanic would skip
    The second half of the trip
    She demanded back half of her fare.

  17. Delano Britt says:

    My wife did not have a care.
    Until I learnt of her secret affair.
    Now I lock her away.
    In a cage everyday.
    So she will learn that it’s better to share.

  18. Tim James says:

    On their date he did nothing but stare
    At her chest and the fine display there.
    Then the fumbling sap
    Spilled red wine in her lap.
    He’s the essence of true savoir faire.

  19. Delano Britt says:

    For my wife I really do care.
    Her whole body and nature is fair.
    Until she met my brother.
    And they fell for each other.
    Then my life was left in despair.

  20. Delano Britt says:

    I once paid up a fare,to go to a fun fair.
    I met a pretty lady, though she had a lot of hair.
    She had a great big beard.
    That I did not think was weird.
    As soon as we got home we made out in my chair.

  21. Delano Britt says:

    Beware of every scam.
    Unless it involves ham.
    Because such a tender meat.
    Is proven quite a treat.
    And if it does not cluck or moo you know it’s not a sham.

  22. Lisi Nortman says:

    I was in a bad state of despair
    But this was my one chance to dare
    Never cheated before
    The guy was a bore
    What’s the hype? It’s the usual fare!

  23. Lisi Nortman says:

    I was searching for “Suite 14-O”
    Got so lost, didn’t know where to go!
    I looked all around
    But all that I found
    Was a door that said: “Swindlers & Co.”

  24. Lisi Nortman says:

    The Kingston Trio: an update from 1959

    This man’s in a state of despair
    It seems that the people don’t care
    Wouldn’t be in a pickle
    Needed only one nickle
    But Charlie still can’t pay his fare

  25. Tim James says:

    Said Donald Trump Junior: “I am
    Quite well versed in The Art of the Sham.
    When my dad leaves the scene
    You will see what I mean.
    You will all come to fear Son of Scam!”

  26. Lisi Nortman says:

    Grocery Shopping

    He came in and bought Smithfield Ham
    Then he also bought real pricey lamb
    I was kinda’ confused
    By the card that he used
    Something new, (I guess) called MasterScam

  27. Dave Johnson says:

    The film was a sexy affair;
    It’s actors were chosen with care.
    But one would resist
    As she tried to insist
    Her partner was too hard to bare.

  28. Dave Johnson says:

    A caller claimed I had a debt
    From somewhere I’d never been yet.
    Were we in a place
    We could meet face-to-face,
    Two digits are all he would get.

  29. Tony Holmes says:

    I’m not entirely happy with the last line of either, But while I’m working on it …

    “I was hot for this girl with blonde hair;
    And whenever I saw her, I’d flare.
    But, faint-hearted, tongue-tied,
    I let ardour subside;
    (Sigh!) None but the brave deserve the fair.”


    “I was hot for this girl with blonde hair;
    And whenever I saw her, I’d flare.
    But, faint-hearted, tongue-tied,
    I let ardour subside;
    None but the bravest deserve the fair.”

  30. Brian Allgar says:


    The President whined “It’s not fair!
    My test was just perfect, I swear!
    That’s how honest I am,
    But they claim it’s a scam,
    And my doctors are spouting hot air.”

  31. Lisi Nortman says:

    It seems that we weren’t real wise
    Our “suite” was a sight for sore eyes
    We were simply aghast
    Guess we acted too fast
    By clicking on “hotelsurprise”

  32. Sjaan VandenBroeder says:

    Life was more than Rapunzel could bear.
    From her tower she cried, “It’s not fair!
    I’m expecting the Prince,
    but I’ve run out of rinse,
    and I can’t do a thing with my hair!”

  33. Roger Haugen says:

    The boyfriend enjoyed an affair
    With a teen-ager under the stair;
    Then to his surprise
    Saw her slim belly rise,
    And disappeared into thin air.

  34. Roger Haugen says:

    The Baron directed a glare
    Toward the peon who said life’s not fair;
    “Don’t blubber and whine,
    What’s mine is all mine–
    If you don’t have enough I don’t care.”

  35. Tim James says:

    Debussy wrote a piece called “La Mer”
    (Which is French for “The Sea” if you care).
    When I first heard it played
    The impression it made
    Was so real that I tossed that night’s fare.

  36. Lisi Nortman says:

    Dear World, please be careful and wise
    Remember most ads are just lies
    When you hear that “IT’S FREE”
    That’s a sure guarantee
    You’ll be in for a whopping surprise

  37. Lisi Nortman says:

    Here’s something I find rather grating:
    For ten lonely years, I’ve been waiting
    For this guy, who’s named Fake
    Guess I made a mistake
    To count on “deceit dot com dating”

  38. Lisi Nortman says:

    Trump’s buddies will never delay
    In saying that “All is okay”
    Don’t believe “hot air” stuff
    They think that they’re tough
    And learned how to say things the Conway

  39. Sjaan VandenBroeder says:

    “We must cut Covid numbers by half!”
    Warned the head of Trump’s Re-elect Staff.
    “Just give me a minute,”
    said Donald, “I’ll spin it–
    now hand me that sharpie and graph.”

  40. Lisi Nortman says:

    mistake in one limerick above: Hot air is a noun not an adjective!
    (from today at 11:56 AM ) changes in lines 3 and 4 to make much more sense

    Trump’s buddies will never delay
    In saying that “All is okay”
    Don’t believe that hot-air
    It just isn’t fair
    To speak what they’ve learned in a Conway


  41. Lisi Nortman says:

    Thank you, Mad!

    Got a dog for my wife at “Town Square”
    It’s a dachshund with black and white hair
    He sits and he stays
    And always obeys
    I must say that the trade was quite fair

  42. Valerie Fish says:

    The parade was a grand affair
    The throng couldn’t help but stare
    A boy in the crowd
    Had cried out loud
    The emperor’s completely bare!

  43. Brian Allgar says:

    I was broke till last year; ever since,
    I’ve grown rich. Here’s a couple of hints:
    For a scheme that can’t fail,
    Offer money by mail,
    And pretend you’re an African prince.

  44. Tim James says:

    Rogues’ Gallery

    Charles Ponzi let pyramids crash;
    Michael Milken sold bonds that were trash.
    S&L mogul Keating
    Got busted for cheating
    And Bernie Madoff with the cash.

  45. Lisi Nortman says:

    St. Valentine’s Day is a hoax
    Just ask any ev’ry day blokes
    They are made to feel wrong
    If they don’t play along
    Cause fear for their lives it evokes

  46. Daisy Ward says:

    The man wouldn’t pay his fare
    So, the driver gave him a scare
    He stopped the bus fast
    Tossed him out on his ass
    Walked twenty miles just on a dare

  47. Daisy Ward says:

    The caller tried to pull a quick scam
    The lady shouted, oh yes, ma’am
    Called her card numbers out
    Gave them a phony route
    T’was the numbers stuck on her pork ham

  48. Lisi Nortman says:

    His leaving the house has increased
    Our love making surely has ceased
    Must be an affair
    He’s now gelling his hair
    And at church, he won’t look at the priest

  49. Roger Haugen says:

    The rambunctious ewes and their rams
    Got the young ones in dangerous jams:
    It called up the spectre
    Of Hannibal Lecter
    From the book, “Violence of the Lambs.”

  50. Gary Heathcote says:

    How dare you ask!

    Nasty question, Trump said, that’s not fair
    Do not question our public health care

    Its response to the Virus
    Has been perfect, desirous

    Now bend over, kiss your bottom foursquare

  51. Suzanne Heymann says:

    The phone rang, and wifey said, “Scurry!
    Do find out who’s calling, and hurry!”
    (It’s the in-laws, oh damn!)
    Hung the phone with a bam!
    “Oh, I think it’s a scam, dear, don’t worry!”

  52. Suzanne Heymann says:

    Her flirts were short skirts she would wear
    And her chest was, at best, mostly bare.
    They both went to the fair
    And they soon were a pair.
    The affair fared quite fairly, I swear.

  53. Suzanne Heymann says:


    Online lovers, beware that affair!
    All those personal ads are a snare!
    Sick and broke; ain’t that funny!
    They say, “You’re my honey
    Have you got some money to spare?”

  54. Sjaan VandenBroeder says:

    In a hot-air balloon leaking air;
    in the mud on a three-legged chair;
    on a yak in Tibet;
    in a stolen Corvette —
    it was always a risky affair.

  55. Lisi Nortman says:

    “I certainly do not advise
    That you take this long trip; it’s not wise
    With all this bacteria
    Why fly to Nigeria?”
    “That’s easy: to pick up my prize!”

  56. Tim James says:

    His blind date was an awkward affair.
    They had said, “She has brains; she has flair
    And, by God, can she sing!”
    The unfortunate thing:
    She looked *much* more like Sonny than Cher.

  57. Lisi Nortman says:

    Identity Theft

    Someone’s saying they’re me; that ain’t true!!
    With these scams, I am totally through!
    It must be a schmo
    Who still doesn’t know
    That all of my bills are past due

  58. Steve Benko says:

    The virus is sure on a tear;
    You can’t even have an affair.
    “This thing ‘social distance’
    Is no real existence,”
    My willy complains, “It’s not fair!”

  59. Steve Benko says:

    When I heard of Nigerian oil,
    It sounded according to Hoyle.
    Turns out I got fleeced,
    But when mad I’m a beast;
    As a hit man I’ve hired a mohel.

  60. Kirk Miller says:

    A strawberry’s caught in a scam
    That ends with a flattening — Wham!
    To get canned in preserves
    Isn’t what it deserves.
    It simply got caught in a jam.

  61. Trump called in to Supreme Kim’s lair
    saying, “Baby, let’s have an affair.
    I scratch yours, you scratch mine.
    One more fling will be fine,
    unfaithful even alone in my chair!”

  62. Steve Benko says:

    “Although Stormy is full of hot air,”
    Said Donald, “she gave me a scare.
    But when porn stars I bone,
    I send Michael D. Cohen
    With some cash to deny the affair.”

  63. Steve Benko says:

    “Ze election ve’ll rig,” offered Vlad,
    “Vith a scam of which Dad vill be glad.”
    Said Don Junior, “I love it;
    Ukraine do you covet?
    You want it, you got it, comrade.”

  64. Jean McEwen says:

    Trump’s impeachment, they think, was a sham,
    And now COVID-19 is a scam.
    Can’t they see the deception
    That warps their perception?
    My guess? Soon he’ll be on the lam.

  65. Jean McEwen says:

    With the attitude “Devil may care,”
    Blanche embarked on a torrid affair
    With a man not her spouse
    (Whom she viewed as a louse).
    Now her hubby is loaded for bear.

  66. Tim Gray says:

    In foul weather or fair
    One thing is patently clear.
    A humanitarian you’re not,
    You care not one jot,
    Just for the market and millionaire.

  67. Lisi Nortman says:


    I stood there with very big tears
    The new pharmacist knew ’bout my fears
    He said, “Dear, no more pills
    To cure all your ills
    You’ve been writing your own scripts for years”

  68. Valerie Fish says:

    I found proof of my fella’s affair
    A sexy black peephole brassiere
    And Brazilian thong
    Where they didn’t belong
    With a tell-tale strand of pubic hair

  69. Diane Groothuis says:

    She had nothing under her hair
    So she had an illicit affair
    with an athlete well-hung
    But by hubby was sprung
    And was hurt when he said “I don’t care!”

  70. Byron Miller says:

    Just the thought of my girlfriend’s name, Iris,
    Freaks me out in this time of the virus.
    I know it’s not fair,
    But I’m filled with despair,
    And no longer find Iris desirous.

  71. Byron Miller says:

    I think there’s a syntax problem in the previous draft.

    Just the thought of my girlfriend’s name, Iris,
    Freaks me out in this time of the virus.
    I know it’s not fair,
    But I’m filled with despair,
    And of Iris, no longer desirous.

  72. Lisi Nortman says:

    My hubby’s been using cologne
    And he sadly just leaves me alone
    Must be an affair
    Cuz he’s taking great care
    In never deserting his phone

  73. Sjaan VandenBroeder says:

    (breaking news?)

    Pres reports Chinese germs can’t pervade
    perfect U S A air,
    so it wouldn’t be fair
    to deny him his Easter Parade.”

  74. Caram Beri says:

    My Sally is lovely and fair
    For garments she never does care
    Wherever she goes
    From head to her toes
    She’s clad in her very own hair.

    The party was a perfect affair
    The crème of the crème gathered there
    But lo and behold
    Some guests caught a cold
    It seems they had nothing to wear.

    My cat she will never play fair
    She scratches and bites till I swear
    But when it is night
    She curls herself tight
    On top of my old leather chair.

    Please swallow my bait, you’re my phishes
    You’ll think you have got all your wishes,
    Just send me your cash,
    To add to my stash,
    And there you’ll be, washing the dishes.

  75. Suzanne Heymann says:

    The worst SCAM which this country has gotten —
    A Prez who’s disastrous and rotten
    And since then, it’s been tough
    We’ve had more than enough.
    His whole mouth should be stuffed full of cotton.

    Better yet, laryngitis would suit him.
    Make it permanent, yeah, that should mute him
    And arthritis is cool —
    No more tweets from that fool
    Make him too sick to rule, and then boot him!

  76. Tim James says:

    There’s a guy by the name of Joe Biden.
    Republicans say that he’s hidin’
    Bad acts by his son.
    And the evidence? None.
    It’s a scam that they’re taking great pride in.

  77. Lisi Nortman says:

    I attempted to make a big kill
    In the Market, now sadly I’m ill
    Didn’t hear ’bout the sham
    That Wall Street’s choice scam
    Is pretending that luck is a skill

  78. Lisi Nortman says:

    Got an “A” in my final exam
    Knowing well, it was all just a sham
    Now I’m quite a success
    (All the folks I impress)
    Glad my major was “Prosper By Scam”

  79. stephen whitred says:

    If you’re horny, you prob’ly don’t care
    But, some fluids, you just shouldn’t share
    So, the government asks
    That you keep on your masks
    If you’re having a COVID affair

  80. stephen whitred says:

    Dear Penthouse, we love you, I swear
    But, your nudity standards aren’t fair
    Back when I was a teen
    There were things left unseen
    Some through modesty, others by hair

  81. stephen whitred says:

    Donald dithered and failed to prepare
    Now there’s no telling how we will fare
    But, there’s one thing I know
    If they’re doling out dough
    He’ll do better than most, by compare

  82. stephen whitred says:

    My grandson is funny and fair
    He says “Poppa, what’s that, under there?”
    All his cunning and guile
    Cannot hold back a smile
    Then he laughs when I say “Underwear?”

  83. Suzanne Heymann says:

    If your partner or you do not care
    Anymore for each other, beware!
    If you’re silent, won’t speak,
    Things get bleak, you’re more weak
    That could lead to a secret affair.

    Either shit or just get off the pot!
    Doing neither will soon get you caught
    So just clear up the air
    Leave, or fix it; be fair
    You’ll feel better, I swear! Just a thought.

  84. Dave Johnson says:

    “The media hasn’t been fair.”
    He whines from his Twitter feed lair.
    Put all his together
    Regardless of weather,
    The biggest of snowflakes is there.

  85. Dave Johnson says:

    “Hay buddy, I can’t pay my fare;
    Do you have anything you can spare?”
    I was ready to spring
    When it started to ring;
    Then he answered his iPhone right there.

  86. Tim Gray says:

    Robin Hood went to the fair
    And found maid Marion there.
    “After I’ve shot my bow
    I’d like you to know
    I think we’d make a good pair”.

  87. Steve Benko says:

    At the end of the world we now stare,
    But we’re saving on restaurant fare.
    Without my wife shopping,
    The bills are less whopping;
    For me, this is rarefied air!

  88. Sharon Neeman says:

    Though I’m still looking more or less fair,
    Isolation has ruined my hair;
    In my PJs I sit,
    For my jeans now don’t fit —
    And I wish I could say that I care.

  89. Sharon Neeman says:

    There once was a scoundrel named Gantz
    Who didn’t quite say what he wantz.
    On “Not Bibi!” elected,
    He up and defected —
    And scammed a whole nation. The schvantz!

  90. Lisi Nortman says:

    All buyers at “Top Foods” beware!
    When shopping, please take extra care!
    If the tag says, “organic”
    But the pears look satanic
    They’ve been rescued from “Basement’s Old Fare”

  91. Dave Johnson says:

    He said this disease is a sham;
    That experts aren’t “smart like I am.”
    Now day after day,
    He shows us a way
    Of life between flim and the flam.

  92. Delano Britt says:

    If you go to the fair beware.
    Of an old lady with blue hair.
    She will lead you astray.
    A scam I might say.
    To get into your pants with a flair.

  93. madkane says:

    The current Limerick-Off ends tomorrow, Saturday, at 10 pm (Eastern time.) So please get your limerick stragglers in.

  94. stephen whitred says:

    Here’s my straggler …

    Blah, blah, blah, [insert word salad here]
    Blah, blah, blah, you have nothing to fear
    It’s a scam. It’s a hoax
    Let’s get back to work folks
    Kiss your Granny while you can still see ‘er

  95. Steve Benko says:

    I dream of an apple or pear,
    But a trip to the store I don’t dare.
    With this virus affair,
    All the cupboards are bare;
    In the yard, though, there’s squirrel and hare.

  96. Mike Moulton says:

    Said a doctor whose cupboard was bare,
    “There’re no test kits or masks anywhere,
    And though people are dying,
    Trump keeps on lying,
    He apparently just doesn’t care.”

  97. Mike Moulton says:

    When a virus emerged in Wuhan
    The conclusion by Trump that was drawn
    Was that it was a hoax
    From the media folks,
    And nothing that we should dwell on.

  98. Sharon Neeman says:

    We thought Bernie Madoff was awful
    And deserved to be chained in a coffle —
    But Trump, to be clear,
    Steals a trillion a year* —
    And, so far, at least most of it’s lawful.

    * The US national debt has increased by $3 trillion since January 2017.

  99. Sharon Neeman says:

    If a suitor asks money to borrow,
    The best thing’s just to tell him “Ciao, caro”;
    If you give in today
    (“Well, he promised to pay…”),
    He’ll convince you to lend more tomorrow.

  100. Delano Britt says:

    Trump knows the virus is strong.
    But he cannot stand to be wrong.
    So he lied from the start.
    His claims are a fart.
    Now are days are made all too long.

  101. Delano Britt says:

    Trump knows the virus is strong.
    But he cannot stand to be wrong.
    So he lied from the start.
    His claims are a fart.
    Now our days are made all too long.

  102. John Shardlow says:

    Named Parker, just call him George C,
    New York landmarks were yours for a fee
    But what was his worst sin?
    Sold a bridge, it was Brooklyn
    Sing Sing prison, an end to that spree

  103. Suzanne Heymann says:

    So tell me, who said life is fair?
    With diseases and scams everywhere
    There’s abuse, lack of money
    But listen here, honey,
    Use humor, stay funny, and share!

    What is much more important than vanity
    Are things that will help keep our sanity.
    We should always look where
    There’s a comedy fair
    I don’t care if you spare the profanity!

  104. Suzanne Heymann says:

    In the above limerick, I’d like to alter Line 5 of verse 2 if I may please, so that it reads:

    “I dont care if you share some profanity!”


  105. Tim Gray says:

    Donald Trump – Wartime President

    In love and war all is fair,
    That includes that virus out there.
    Though thousands might die,
    Why should I cry,
    It’s the road toll and flu everywhere.

  106. Tim Gray says:

    If it’s to be, it’s up to me”,
    That truth shall set you free.
    But to be fair
    And show you care
    Make sure the target’s “We”.

  107. Delano Britt says:

    If you want to pick up a scam.
    Try Trump, the worlds sorriest ham.
    Every word he has said.
    Has got us mislead.
    Even his fam, is some kind of sham.

  108. madkane says:

    Thanks so much everyone for another fun two weeks of limericks. This Limerick-Off is officially over. And the winner is…

    Limerick-Off Award 441. Congratulations to the winners!

    But you can still have lots of limerick fun because a new Limerick-Off has just begun: Limerick-Off Ring.