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Share your best, most creative or thoughtful limericks here! The only prior limerick thread was a limerick competition from 2014 (link), but they had to be autism related. As long as they follow all community guidelines (no swearing or lurid/political topics) there are no such restrictions here. I'll start with one I wrote yesterday, though it's not the first one of its type:

Some say that I can be quite popular.
My rhyming conversely unpopular.
When responding to critics
I cite analytics,
and spit out: You try and rhyme popular!

In case you are unsure of yourself, here are instructions on how to compose your own limerick (as long as you ignore the first poem, which isn't really a limerick). I underlined the stressed syllables in the above limerick to assist people who aren't used to reading them. You are allowed to share limericks you like, but I prefer seeing original material from members of this community.
"There was a young girl from Exeter, where all the young men....

Oh yeah. Limericks, kind of like military cadence lyrics. Oops. Forum rules. :p
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There once was a lady named Bright
Who travelled much faster than light
She set out one day, in a relative way
And returned the preceeding night

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