Monthly Archives: July 2012

Limericks

A limerick is a funny, often bawdy, poem consisting of three long and two short lines rhyming aabba. It was popularized by Edward Lear. Huh? Here’s an example from the master, Edward Lear: There was an Old Man with a … Continue reading

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Things That Sound Like they Would Be Good For Athletes But Aren’t

Here is a list of ailments that sound as if they would be good for athletes but really aren’t good at all: Claw Foot Lordosis Runners’ Knee Winged Scapula Gilmore’s Groin Athlete’s Foot Tennis Elbow Mirth in a Box would … Continue reading

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Baseball Jokes

What is the difference between baseball and law? In baseball, if you’re caught stealing, you’re out. Why is it so hot at Phillies games? Because there’s not a fan in the place. Why is it so windy at Candlestick Park? Because of all … Continue reading

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Pangrams: Pithy Word Play

Pangrams are sentences that use every letter in the alphabet. Good grief! I had to google a few because I sure did not have the patience to create more than one. Ideally there should be as few surplus letters as … Continue reading

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