A Limerick A Day

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Today’s UK Daily Mail

When Great Britain wakes up and begs
For news then the tabloid world’s dregs
Are certain to fail
For those at the Mail
Have just learned that women have legs.

John Moynes

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26 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Louislefronde

    Seriously some people have no sense of humour. When I saw Lexit, I laughed. Now all the snowflakes are beating their chests and tearing out their hair in ‘faux-tantrums’ and shrilling in front of their chai-lattes.

    I bet Sturgeon and May are delighted with the front page photo. They’re probably asking themselves who has the nicer shoes?

    1. MoyestWithExcitement

      6/10. Solid effort. Last line gave the game away though. Had me going until then.

    2. ahjayzis

      OMg hun deyv vaginas n der in power hun hahahahahaa didja ever tink of it hahaha

      What a sad fupping virgin. Either one of these women would absolutely end you.

    3. Ratatattat

      The BBC cropped the photo I noticed and just displayed the shot from waist up. I thought this was most insightful than anything about their pegs. For example while May looked wan and tired, Sturridge was the picture of dynamism, either fake or real tan, and appearing radiant.
      Surely this is more important than your silly nonsense Louis? But I guess everyone finds their own level.

  2. mary jane

    You’re right Louis, Snowflakes are Snow Fun.

    There’s nothing more annoying than a dry s***e Guardian reader.

    1. mauriac

      i tend to agree but do you know that the Nazis used to describe the Jews as snowflakes as in ashes.its current overuse is cringe inducing like the yanks stealing ground zero from Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

      1. LW

        Haha, with 4 each the chairs were a clear winner. Luckily no insects entered. Paltry showing from the humans, with a mere two legs apiece

      2. mary jane

        Now that was funny!

        Let’s see how long it takes for some lazy journalist in the Indo to make it their feature of the day with an added comment from some Feminist lecturer in Trinity….

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