Michael Edwards






A feisty lass called Bulbous Boobus

thought her life had no real purpose

for she failed to see

that her name held the key

to the assets she had in surplus.



  • dusk arising

    worried of blubber around her hips
    she surfed the net for dietry tips
    engrossed and studious
    she silently browsed
    on a piece of fish and portion of chips

    I can never resist joining in with limerics, theyre limericadictive.

    • Michael Edwards

      Always love it when you post comments like this - have you patented 'Limericadictive?

    • Goldfinch60

      There was a young lady called hat
      who sat on a chair with her cat
      she tried to arise
      but to her surprise
      she just sat there too damn fat.

      just to follow the theme you a d a are following.


      • Michael Edwards

        Just great - might start a Fusion along these lines when I can get my head together.

      • Fay Slimm.

        Oooooh Plumply attractive with curvy assets yet feeling too fat - -- I have known masses of such depressed lasses........ now I am doing what Dusk does so well - -- adding my penneth to your wittily wonderful gem of a limerick.......

        • Michael Edwards

          Just said to Andy that I'll start a fusion along these lines but it might be a good few days - life is on a roller coaster at the moment .

        • orchidee

          Oh lol, good write M.
          How do some of these large lasses manage to stay upright? They would over-balance and fall forwards! I saw programme of one wanting surgery for a 'Q' size pair.
          Fido says I must not have this 'excitement!'. lol.

          • Michael Edwards

            They are full of fun and roll around laughing .

            • orchidee

              Would you fall over if you had Q size ones?! Top heavy.

            • Lorna

              Fat lasses will bless your limerick all over the world.........

              • Michael Edwards

                Oooh fat lasses - they sound real fun.

                • Lorna

                  Is there a Mrs. Glenit? Would she be plump I wonder?

                • 3 more comments

                • orchidee

                  You using them commas, or sparing them?!

                  • Michael Edwards

                    They're in the van.

                    • orchidee

                      It's a waste of commas, and of 'Ands', starting sentences with 'And,....' Should people be fined for it? Oops, but it's in the Bible a lot.

                    • Trenz Pruca

                      Haha -- clever.

                      • Michael Edwards

                        Thanks TP - I appreciate your calling in.

                      • The Uneducated O.A.P

                        The bulbous lady of the night loved to play
                        To find what you wanted could take all day
                        To help the lads to ease their frustration
                        She provided her customers
                        with satellite navigation.

                        Thanks for the smile

                      • L. B. Mek

                        brevity in its crisp message, yet unimposing while enticing with its charming wit,
                        wonderful write

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