Jam Crisis

There was a catastrophe unforeseen, No jam in a jar where jam had been, Nothing to spread, On slices of bread, Hence the “Great Jam Crisis of Twenty Seventeen” ! Inspired by a catering miscalculation during a trip to rural Denmark last year … This audio was generated using the Fiona voice of Text2Speech – […]


“I do find the cousins a most peculiar bunch …” “But they did just feed us a very nice lunch …” “I had the ham …” “I went for lamb … … and I simply adored the gin and rum punch !” A limerick conversation (but of course not necessarily taking place in Limerick!)


You start with a plain sheet of uncrumpled A4, Make the first fold and then make some more, Then an awkward tuck, And with a bit of luck, You have the paper boat you’ve been aiming for. More limericks at musing75.com/limericks


There once was a man who decided he would, Eat more of his greens and less of his pud. So he ate lots of kale, But then started to fail, As the smell and the taste of dessert was so good. More limericks at musing75.com/limericks


A cyclist from London pedalled on until, He finally reached the brow of the hill, Then he free-wheeled down, To a pub in the town, Where he stopped and is said to be drinking there still. More limericks at musing75.com/limericks


Whilst having a bit of a laugh, he wore an extremely long scarf, Which then made him fall, And look very un-cool, In a candidly shot photograph. More limericks at musing75.com/limericks

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday for some marks the end of Lent, Forty odd days that many people have spent, Missing things they desire, Hoping that will inspire, Their faith in the God of the New Testament. (Other limericks are available here.  This audio file was generated using the Daniel voice of Text2Speech)