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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #930 on: April 05, 2010, 11:45:22 AM »
No limerick from me, this time, but just wanna say, thanks to the Baron!  That was very cool!  And to that ol' Craziest Of Ivans - that was AWESOME!
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #931 on: April 05, 2010, 12:08:06 PM »
No limerick from me, this time, but just wanna say, thanks to the Baron!  That was very cool!  And to that ol' Craziest Of Ivans - that was AWESOME!

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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #932 on: April 05, 2010, 08:12:03 PM »
UNKNOWN PRIMATE,
What IVAN said! DITTO!  ;)

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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #933 on: April 09, 2010, 07:58:51 PM »
    >:( ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ >:( ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ >:( ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ >:(

                This Spring's weather is blustery and damp;
                Stifling, in my close quarters, quite, cramped,
                Drenched, like a Primeval Squid,
                I throw, open, my coffin lid,
                To wring, out, my soggy cape ruins this Vampire's vamp!

    >:( ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ >:( ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ >:( ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ >:(
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #934 on: April 09, 2010, 09:03:08 PM »
It is rumored that he is hundreds of years old,
but it is starting to tell with the Baron truth be told,
While he is quite free with his wit in fact,
I've noticed of late he is showing less tact,
Now it seems that I was right from wolf to vamp and now the cold.
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #935 on: April 10, 2010, 07:10:48 AM »
In many a folklore and mythology
What seperates wolf from vamp is frivolity
To most ancient to medieval peoples
they were so similar it gives me the creep-les
Distinguishing between the two breeds of monster is mostly ideology

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Etymology

The very word vrykolakas is a cognate with a Lithuanian language word vilkolakis meaning the werewolf ('vilko-' means a wolf and 'lakis' means running). In Slavic languages it is variously occurring as , vǎrkolak, as in Bulgarian, vukodlak, as in Serbian, etc. The term is derived from вълк (vālk)/вук (vuk), meaning "wolf" and dlaka, meaning "fur", and originally meant "werewolf" (it still has that meaning in the modern Slavic literary languages, and a similar one in Romanian: see vārcolac). However, the same word (in the form vukodlak) has come to be used in the sense of "vampire" in the folklore of Western Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro (while the term "vampir" is more common in Eastern Serbia, Republic of Macedonia and in Bulgaria). Apparently, the two concepts have become mixed.[1] Even in Bulgaria, original folklore generally describes the vārkolak as a sub-species of the vampire without any wolf-like features.[2] It may also be noted that the Sanskrit word for wolf is vṛ́k (commonly pronounced as vrik).

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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #936 on: April 10, 2010, 12:51:37 PM »
It must be catching as Ivan too is confused,
He does not know whether to howl or be transfused,
What he can do is look up the net,
So while he is looking for a knowledge mindset,
He is left in two minds but for our Hyde club he is refused.


As president of the Two minds club, I could pass judgement for a fee.
hint hint! 
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #937 on: April 11, 2010, 06:28:08 AM »
         :o ~~~~~ >:( ~~~~~ ::) ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ >:( ~~~~~ ::) ~~~~~ ;)

                          Oh, NO! My horrible, ancient, secret is out!
                          TV HORROR revealed, I'm a two-faced lout!
                          He took, to task, IVAN,
                          For his VAMP/WEREWOLF Jivin',
                          I'd HYDE, too, but, if the FEE ain't FREE, I'll SHOUT!

         :o ~~~~~ >:( ~~~~~ ::) ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ >:( ~~~~~ ::) ~~~~~ ;)
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #938 on: April 11, 2010, 07:26:57 AM »
If having a split monster personality
Still leaves me out of the Hyde Club, then naturally
I'll add Frankenstein's Creature
For a mental Triple Feature
Maybe then I'll get invited, finally!
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #939 on: April 20, 2010, 07:55:39 AM »
In olden times it was all the rage to fill your purse,
So it was off to Egypt's fair land to loot,
At first there were experts before they got the boot,
They too had wounds that they could nurse,
But the tombs resident stubbed his toe and gave a loud mummy's curse.
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #940 on: April 20, 2010, 08:52:21 AM »
Maurice wrote about the Mummy's Curse
but he when he read the heiroglyphics
the effects were simply terrific
His newly composed limerick verse
had the whole rhyming scheme in reverse

That was harder that I thought it would be
There must be something perverse
about writing limericks in reverse
But on Bizarro-World it would be
A matter of fact; just too easy
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #941 on: April 20, 2010, 06:26:14 PM »
Me not mad Ivan, me too smart for own good. On Bizzarro World me called Joyce James.
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #942 on: April 20, 2010, 06:44:39 PM »
Now there's a word you don't hear often,
Ivan using ancient texts for my heart to soften,
Nay my lad you need to go into the high specifics,
Before I learn to use those hieroglyphics,
For even one as dumb as me knows don't rattle a mummy's coffin.
 
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #943 on: April 21, 2010, 12:08:16 AM »
Too true my friend, you're more cautious than that
You don't disturb mummies or vampire bats
But you did swallow a trickle
of that drink from Dr Jekyll
So you could probably stomp Kharis flat
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Re: WARNING:Irish Limericks Ahead
« Reply #944 on: April 22, 2010, 06:12:09 PM »
          ::) ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ ::) ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ ::) ~~~~~ :o ~~~~~ ::)

                       TV HORROR possesses wit, brains and brawn,
                       If Trouble comes, you'll, wisely, find him, gone;
                       No, never, not, out, of fear,
                       Just, to the Pub, to buy more beer,
                       To "liquor up" the onslaught, of ZOMBIE LEPRECHAWNS!

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