Dada Da Dada Da Dum

From the 95,000 limericks in the Jim McWilliam collection, endless new limericks can be created through Queneau assembly. Here are ten.

If you're out of the race, I won't sob.
And paid her to slob on my knob.
At any rate
The secrets of state
We are told we should CREDIT the slob!
"The priest has said we must wear clothes"
The gloves will come off with our clothes.
Much to our surprise
One inch from my eyes.
We stopped and then put on our clothes
A Dianic group in St Croix
Said, "I never screw Jews, just the goy."
Then goes up in a plane
Shouted, "I'm a great dane."
My erect educational toy!
It's no fun, this being a nudist!
Who spent all her summers a nudist.
While corners drizzly
Are filled with grisly
"They must deal with a fully dressed nudist."
His enemies all like to boast
Of affairs had engaged in a host.
With my devastation
Is an insinuation
And trying to squirt cream on his toast.
Bill and Hillary had big dreams of Camelot
Old Moses, he went to Mount Ararat.
Not merely chatty
Esteemed Cincinnati
A chick must have phallus aforethought.
"Oh god!", I thought, watching the match
Had buboes that itched on her snatch.
"I don't feel just right"
And they're just the right height
Who would swoon at how he'd snap a latch.
While I slap my head and say "doh!"
What color's her hair down below?
She's fond of balling.
Seems part of the "calling".
A substantial tool to work with, though.
When I think of the things that for fun
To think that you could be the one
For holding a wheel
And we love how you squeal.
Of treasure, he'd gathered a ton.
There was a blues singer named Elvis
A triumphal return of the King. (Elvis?)
And the legend I hear
"Your capacity here."
It's quite like the status of Elvis????

New limericks are generated every five minutes. You can get six a day by following @DadaLimericks on Twitter. Or, take it highbrow.

Rhymes are calculated using the CMU Pronouncing Dictionary. There are 1155 distinct sounds for the "A" rhyme and 1035 for the "B" rhyme.

Inspired by Dr. Andy Holding on The Science of Fiction.

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