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Old 18-06-2008, 21:38   #46
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Re: Accrington Limericks

There was a man in Waterside
who liked his trousers made of hide
he went to the races
and bust his braces
showing his mucky backside
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Old 19-06-2008, 07:55   #47
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A young lass from up Willows Lane
Moaned that walking the dog was a pain
So her Mum bought a cat
Then the young lass got fat
Cos she never went walking again.
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Old 19-06-2008, 08:34   #48
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this thread is excellent, its made me laugh loads, thanx you lot
An Accrington lass, Flashytart,
Thought limericks were something 'Quite smart'.
She praised the compiler,
Just added a smiler,
Then realised she'd become an old fart
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Old 19-06-2008, 08:44   #49
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lol thankyou


but i dont live in Accy
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Old 19-06-2008, 08:57   #50
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There was a bloke that wen't t'pie shop an it were shut
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Old 19-06-2008, 19:00   #51
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An Accrington chap name of Walter
Boasted "Ah'm t'chap they can't alter"
She needs our prayers
Whom he carried upstairs
On the day he led her to th'altar.
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Old 19-06-2008, 22:01   #52
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There was a bloke that wen't t'pie shop an it were shut
You might be happier in the thread 'Make up a Japanese Haiku about Accrington'.
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Old 21-06-2008, 13:47   #53
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In a flat at an estate in Ossy
lives a man with a toffee nosed snozzy
his vendetta is boring
it sets us all snoring
I wish he wasn't so bossy
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Old 22-06-2008, 12:18   #54
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A stingy old man from Peelpark
had a wife afraid of the dark
he said 'My dear wife,
you're the light of my life'
'Switch it on' was her remark
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Old 24-06-2008, 17:02   #55
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There was an old copper named Dobson.
Who were crammed and had big a cobs on.
It were is feet
they never were reet.
But thats about par for a Dobson.

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Old 07-07-2011, 20:27   #56
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This thread is two years old so worth a run ouit again. I have been in correspondence with a lady abiout Hagg Lane, now Hyndbuirn Rd. She came up with:

There once was a lass from Hagg
Who did nowt all day but nag.
Then she met Bob,
Got a smack in the gob
And her mouth fastened up with a gag.
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Old 07-07-2011, 21:22   #57
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I am a young man from Church
who left a young lady in the lurch
What a bummer!
So I did a runner
And she's still on the search.

(ps..don't tell anyone where I am).
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Old 07-07-2011, 21:45   #58
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There was a new player at Peel Park.
A Scots lad who could see in the dark.
Whilst playing a match in poor light,
Jock sudddenly took flight.
Stanley won ten - nil. What a lark!
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Old 07-07-2011, 22:13   #59
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There was a young lady from Snuffy.
Her boyfriend, his pet name was Muffy.
Whilst out in the woods,
She showed him the goods.
Nine months later out popped a singer they named Duffy.
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Old 08-07-2011, 13:12   #60
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There was a young girl from Clayton le moors
Who’s partner she said awoke her with Snores
She would give him a prod,
But he continued to nod
And in the morning he complained of some sores
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