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Finally - Limerick Contest Voting

Culled from the many entries here, these are the limericks that received the most nominations. If you didn't nominate, don't bitch! Poll below.
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I guess this is the part where I say it was an honor just to be nominated.

Even so, I'm surprised my Lesbian Lymric didn't get the nom. Go figure.

I also feel grateful.

However, I should mention that a New England reporter heard in the local courthouse that richthofen was convicted of a DUI in 1976.

Also, a series of photos from 2003 show that Keiran failed to secure a cache of deadly lawn darts in the backyard storage shed. The exact number is indeterminate, but it's a safe bet they're in the hands of some unsavory neighborhood kids.

The timing of this news is unfortunate, but the voting public deserves an informed choice.

They're all so funny! Great idea!

LOL at Hubris.

This reminds me of the time I served in Vietnam...

Next on 60 Minutes: a fax dated 1879 indicates Hubris' great-great grandfather was, in fact, Genghis Khan.

AWW heck I missed my chance. I know its too late but let me do one:

Though Britney describes John Kerry
As a man who is "so very"
When a smile's on his face
It seems out of place
And somehow makes him more scary.

Wow, dead last. I'm throwing in my hat for richthofen. I feel like Dennis Kucinich.

Actually hubris, it was 1978. The cops at the station house weren't amused when I threatened to "buy this place and fire all of ya!"

Geez, I wish the rumor mill could get these things straight.