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    These just kinda came to me..

    No offence is meant to anyone!


    There once was a chatter called Mizzy

    Who had us all in a tizzy

    With her many names

    And endless games

    She made us all quite dizzy.


    There once was a chatter called Morg

    Who dreamt he was a lord

    In finery he slept

    When he awoke he wept

    Even the duck was bored!


    There once was a chatter called Dan

    Who was mocked for his “tiny hands”

    The end to this story is really quite sad

    He couldnt pull the trigger with his little fingers

    And the peacock drove him mad.


    There once was a chatter called Thin

    Ironic really as he wasnt slim

    A ladies man with all the patter

    For him a pulse is all that matters

    As he seduces us all with a cheeky grin.


    There once was a chatter called Sceptical Guy

    His post count is really quite high

    His posts are long and often wordy

    They come across as pretty nerdy

    And sometimes, even, quite witty.


    Well, I laughed….


    though the last post is a totally inaccurate attack form the Brexifanatics who have only one thing in mind to wreck this country’s economy and etc etc etc


    LOL……..thought the whole post was crap my self……….funniest thing was…sceppers replied to it…..LMAO RATF PML


    There once a chatter called Mister Q

    PML was all he could do

    Post after post of absolute drivel

    Inane posts, quotes, and riddles

    LMAO, RAFT, LOL. Woohoo!

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    Artful Dodger,

    aren’t you worried that I will write on people like T.S. Eliot and Ezra Pound in a very nerdy way??

    I think my definition of nerd is different from the people on jc, though.

    I thought of writing limericks here, but something stops me. Limericks aren’t nerdy enough, I guess :-)

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