It’s amazing what frog aristocrats will spend for fly pies. There once was a gecko named Stan. Who came up with a lucrative plan. He caught him some flies, Which he baked into pies, Then sold to a wealthy frog-man.
There once was a conquering horse, Who took someone’s pasture by force. But through God’s saving grace, He relinquished the place, And left full of pain and remorse.
Hackers always wear ski masks. I have watched enough corporate training videos to know this for a fact. I would say that these ski masks are for hiding the hacker’s identity, but they seem a little unnecessary given that hackers always work from dark basements illuminated only by the eerie green light of their computerContinue reading “Jake’s New Job”
A scientist–eccentric and quirky, Engineered a self-seasoning turkey. In creating the bird, Criticisms incurred, For his methods were morally murky.
There once was a fellow named Paul. Scary posters covered his hall. He was so very keen, On getting to Halloween, That he wished it could always be Fall. There are two kinds of people in the world: those who wear flip-flops until November, and those who put out pumpkins in July. Which kind areContinue reading “Thursday Limerick: Halloween”
There was a mischievous hare. Who hoped to give someone a scare. He jumped out and yelled “BOO!” Then he startled and flew, For the creature he pranked was a bear.
The Council had the idea that science was a kind of magic that could both instantly solve any problem and backup any claim they chose to make.
Amar simply couldn’t survive, Making spreadsheets each day nine to five. From work so mundane, He resolved to abstain. So he quit and proceeded to thrive. Sometimes you gotta take a leap of faith.
With tangled cords, Kevin fought. (His earbuds were tied in a knot.) When his efforts failed, He screamed and he wailed, Becoming useless, and weak, and distraught.
There once was a drunken crab. A crow’s ale, he wanted to nab. With an angry caw, The bird ripped off his claw, And the crustacean was sent to rehab. Sometimes it takes an extreme incident to convince someone to get help.