There was a man who lost his hatBlown off his head like a nervous bat When he finally found itHe knew it would not fitThe hat had changed to fit the bat
Poor man. I hope his head doesn't get cold. :) Peace, Linda
Good too see you've penned another limerick.
There was a young man of notewho had dreams of girl swimmers afloatHe entertained thoughts of their bodies quite tautand said'I'm going down under by boat'
Sounds like something straight out of Doc Seuss -From Bartholomew Cubbins' caboose,Or the grandest gatoWith a grander chapeau.Either way you sure kept us bemused.
and oh my how fuuny he'd look if he wore that...smiles.
Watching all that was a certain catWho fancied feasting on that batBut the bat heard a cry(Like the cat, he was sly)He vacated the hat to the cat.Couldn't resist as everyone else was playing. (ala Dr. Seuss)This was fun! Enjoyed it.
In the ’50s they all wore hatsNow they’re in closets with gnatsExcept if you’re baldYou still wear them allYet the ladies won’t give you a chat
lol... made me smile...
i was in the zoo in a room once, full with bats...and wish it had been hats...ha...i see you had some fun as well with the limericks...smiles
Good fun! If a bat flew off with my hat I would be pissed!
Oh, how did that happen? cute
hmmm...that's too bad for the man.
Oh no! It’s really quite battyto lose his good headgear like that. Hemust be so sad.When it sat on his head,he surely felt ever so natty.
like the new layout by the way...
LOL Reminds me of Pat and the Hatt ...RYN: So pleased you picked up on the meaning behind the tunes changing their reason, because that's exactly what I was trying to say with those lines. That different tunes/songs bring different memories and emotions as we hear them. Thanks for noticing :)
Laffin--I've seen hats where wearing a bat would be a huge improvement, actually.