I have been challenged to write 2 limericks, one including the word “Orleans.” Here goes!
By the river known as Mississippi,
Two old codgers confronted a hippie.
“For a peek in your jeans,
We will show New Orleans
Just how loud two old men can shout ‘Yippie!'”
Notes: Though “New Orleans” is usually pronounced more like “Nawlins,” it’s perfectly acceptable to use the “Northern” pronunciation in song and verse — just ask Louis Armstrong.
Lobachevsky looked down from the sky,
And exclaimed “ÐžÐ±Ð°Ð»Ð´ÐµÑ‚ÑŒ! Woe is I!
For the roots of equations,
Dandelin gets elations,
But will I steal the fame from Bolyai?
Notes: See the links, it’s a math limerick. Yeah, I’m a total geek.
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I emailed you. I don’t know if you have the same email address.
If you do and I somehow offended you at some point, please let me know.
Hi again. :)
Haven’t seen you online. I will email you soon.
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If you want, you can get an openID on LJ and I can add it so that you can see my entries.