27 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Action Man

    The John Moynes Limerick Algorithim:

    There once was an X from Place B
    Who satisfied Predicate P
    Then X did thing A
    In a specified way
    Resulting in Circumstance C

    1. Llareggub

      Na na na na na na na na
      Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah
      Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da
      Na na na na na na na na
      Ka ka ka ka ka ka kack kack

      God, I bloody hate Limericks.

    2. Kieran NYC

      “There once was an X from Place B
      Who satisfied Predicate P
      Then X did thing A
      In a specified way
      Resulting in (additional word that completely throws off the rhythm) Circumstance C”

      Fixed that for you.

      1. Soundings

        But, is defending Page 3 any different to defending cartoons which insult some Muslims (and satire which was apparently homophobic and anti-religion).

        The Sun sells 2.1m copies per day, CH sold 60,000 a week. Which publication has more legitimacy?

        1. jeremy kyle

          “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it”.

          etc. etc.

      2. Cr

        Comment is about hypocracy of only campaigning for free press when it doesn’t conflict with your agenda. You’ve shot off in the wrong direction there.

        1. Don Pidgeoni

          Maybe but tbf, most of me feminists buddies weren’t necessarily supportive of those cartoons either

          1. Atlas

            There’s a difference between not being supportive of something and trying to have it suppressed outright.

          2. Don Pidgeoni

            But its not suppressing t*ts, just t*ts in one instance and for reasons which seem fairly clear. You will still be able to see them if you want so it is different, at least to me

          3. Atlas

            If Page 3 offended you, then you were free not to buy it. Nobody forced anyone to buy the Sun.

            I don’t understand the reasoning behind this daft movement nor the distinction between it and support for CH. All it says is that feminists will stand up for the right of the press to publish material which may offend without fear – except when it offends their puritan sensibilities.

            It’s telling that you refuse to see the hypocrisy in this.

    1. Sham Bob

      People who changed their social media name/profile pic to Je Suis Charlie didn’t turn into Ron Paul overnight.

        1. Don Pidgeoni

          Is it inconsistent? Defending the right to ‘satire’ is one thing, a picture of a topless woman is not satirical. Topless women aren’t being banned, just one particular picture of a topless women is being campaigned against.

  2. Mr. T.

    A outdated page 3 pair of knockers in front and a world of internet hegemony behind.

    It’s a strange world.

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