Tag Archives: humourous verse
The Farting Contest (Anon) I’ll tell you a story that is sure to please, Of a great farting contest at Burton-on-Tees Where all the best arses paraded the field, To compete in a contest for various shields. Some tighten their … Continue reading
Sometime ago, I posted a comment, in the form of a limerick on CP Singleton’s blog in response to his poem The man who sings real loud. I’d forgotten all about it until I got a wordpress notification that my … Continue reading
I don’t care what the experts say, sleep is such elusive prey, except when I’m at work. But hey… …can’t sleep at night, so I crash in the day.
OK, I’m a bit behind with my reading of the news. To be honest, I tend not to bother these days, as I’m a little tired of the negative spin that the media tend to put on things. But, occasionally … Continue reading
Some of you may have noticed that I’ve had a long break from my blogging/publishing efforts. This was mainly due to illness and other pressing family matters, blah, blah, blah – I’ll save you the sob story… But I’m now … Continue reading
Dipstick Dan was no sharp shooter, which was such a shame. His firing range instructor said: “Dan, your method is to blame. You really need to rethink your sequence – Fire, Ready, Aim…”
I’ve started compiling another anthology of light verse, with a target publication date of – basically, as soon as I can get it finished. With a bit of luck and a fair wind, it should be on sale some time … Continue reading