hah hah...I love limericks! Very fun!
Heehee! I would not be pleased if one of my young men opened the back door with an axe!
It's good to start the day with a cleverly contrived giggle!
that one way to do it....always fun...bkm
Oh, I like it! LOL
LOL. Very good, made me laugh.
Someday English students all across Appalachia will be required to memorize this.
So funny! A mighty fine limerick.
Matter over mind! A giggle and a guffaw.
Fun limerick for this prompt! I have two huge, old books of limericks, most of which can't be recited in mixed company! But fun to read! Rick
Fun limerick...and as a newcomer to your blog I have to say I love it! Especially the self-awarded award, "Oh Bollocks!"Fabulous!
Cheaper that getting a locksmith?!
Good Magpie limerick.
oh I loved it!!!
An excellent limerick and an excellent solution. You always make me smile.Pearl
Doc - a bit of a dramatic solution surely?
Chere Madame . . . drama and conflict, allbeit with a mere door, lie at the heart of all good stories!Compare the original with . . There was a young man from Lahorewho lost the latchkey for his door.When he looked in his pocketHe found that he'd got it.So he unlocked it and went back inside.I submit that this isn't as exciting and interesting as my Magpie story, and it's also a pretty second-rate limerick. What do other commentators think? Thanks to one and all! I always hope to raise a few smiles.
If it had been meI'd have busted my kneeand not even dented the door
like it! and yes much more dramatic than - he unlocked it and got back inside!
It pays to plan ahead..even in Lahore!!
I do love limericks. This was SWEET
Well that was a relief..I heard his entire family was locked in there :)
Or even...There was a young man from Lahorewho lost the latchkey for his door...but he saw with chagrinhe had locked the thing inand was shut outside for evermore!
Amusing, rhythmical take as always! thanks-
Very silly! :o)
note to self: get a second key made tomorrow. ;^)
Dear Dr FTSE: Love the Limerick! Lime Ricky! So you've been somewhat locked out? There's always a way in if the will is there so to do! One must try, try. try to get that bobby pin from some bird somewheres; replacing windows gets awfully costly! Here use mine!
I would abhor losing the key to my door...but I enjoyed this limerick!
What a great way to start my day...especially on a Monday! I love this!!! :-)
So, now he is shivering indoors! :)
A laugh a line - thanks.
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