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    Twack and Field Limericks
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    Once was a fast woman named Wilma
    Cassius Clay said "I'll wup ya"
    She ran with such class
    And buried his ass
    So he stuck to boxing to thrill ya....

    And if nobody likes the idea of limericks based on track I'll stick to making them all by my little lonely self ops:

    A lovely lithe cheetah named Evelyn
    Took the US record sub-eleven
    Resurrected her event
    She was Heaven-sent
    Gohr and Koch she bedeviled 'em!
    Take good care of yourself.
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    Just don't give up your day job. :wink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by tandfman
    Just don't give up your day job. :wink:
    Yeah I'd miss you at the office
    Take good care of yourself.
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    The limericks followed the link hysterically [category 4 error]....for some GOODIES these see Yoda say:


    http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Topic=68

    'Specially liked this one:

    Aesop by Chris J. Strolin (Limerick #3950) Quote Me!

    It's true other runners won't thwart us,
    Though our speed might suggest rigor mortis.
    If our progress is steady
    For success we'll be ready —
    A lesson that Aesop once tortoise.
    Take good care of yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mennisco
    Once was a fast woman named Wilma
    Cassius Clay said "I'll wup ya"
    She ran with such class
    And buried his ass
    So he stuck to boxing to thrill ya....
    How do you pronounce 'Wilma' to make it rhyme with 'wup ya' :?:
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell
    Quote Originally Posted by Mennisco
    Once was a fast woman named Wilma
    Cassius Clay said "I'll wup ya"
    She ran with such class
    And buried his ass
    So he stuck to boxing to thrill ya....
    How do you pronounce 'Wilma' to make it rhyme with 'wup ya' :?:
    Like a Texan? OK you're right so an edit:

    Once was a fast woman named Wilma
    Ali said "You're fast - race me will ya?"
    She ran with such class
    And whupped his big ass
    And he stuck with boxing to thrill ya
    Take good care of yourself.
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    There once was a limericist named Mennisco
    Who propositioned a lass, saying, ‘let's go!’
    She took one look at his face
    And put him right down in his place
    When she told him the answer – “ ‘tis no.”


    yeah, I know this is weak, but it's the best I could do on short notice
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    Quote Originally Posted by tafnut
    There once was a limericist named Mennisco
    Who propositioned a lass, saying, ‘let's go!’
    She took one look at his face
    And put him right down in his place
    When she told him the answer – “ ‘tis no.”


    yeah, I know this is weak, but it's the best I could do on short notice
    There was a good soul named taffy
    Who needed a really good laughy
    He smacked down Mennisco
    Who wondered why 'twas so
    And ended up feeling quite gaffe.



    Take good care of yourself.
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    There is a messageboard for Track and Field News

    Where one can find many differant views

    A handsome and smart Garry Hill

    As moderator fits the bill

    And there's really no other track site to choose.






    Mr. Hill send check to Squack, hurry need new fridge
    phsstt!
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    There once was a track geek named SQUACKEE
    Who posted quite often and WACKEE
    He knew track quite well
    But no way could he spell
    Though to mention this here is quite TACKEE
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