Monday, 21 November 2011

Oo la-la!















We tried it for all we was worf
To kiss, but no way on this earf!
His outsize proboscis
At first really stopped us,
Until we found bliss soixante-neuf!

Note: You will be relieved to learn there is no second verse.
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25 comments:

  1. .. this puts you in the 'bad boy' category!!

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  2. I liked this, from end to end...so to speak.

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  3. So, I take it that you have a big nose?

    ;-)

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  4. Only you would come up with that limerick Stafford ;)

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  5. Great take!

    PS only you could come up with that post-script

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  6. this really made me laugh thank you for the smiles x x

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  7. naughty and nice take Stafford!

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  8. haha...you know that they say about guys with big noses....

    big boogers obviously...

    fun play stafford

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  9. I owe you again Stafford....you crack me up!!!!

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  10. What a hoot - you're one of a kind!

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  11. soixante-neuf; tres bien!!
    rel

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  12. Dear Stafford; Oh yes! I get it! "34"!cHiCCoReaL

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  13. I was well past soixante-neuf before I found bliss. Eh? What am I saying.
    Splendid limerick, Stafford.

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  14. All sounds naughty but nice to me! lol

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  15. Big noses can be a turn off. Hehehe!

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  16. lol.......! And of other things French.... What a lot of time Cyrano De Bergerac wasted! I'd have been right in there!!

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  17. You know what they say about men with big noses.........

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  18. i hope he didn't have a cold

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  19. How are you today?

    Happy end of November!

    Appreciated your support to our poetry picnic,

    Hope to see you share today,

    A random poem or old poem will do the wonders too.

    Your talent rocks.

    Hope to see you in.

    xoxox

    cool magpie.

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