|Reviews for The Ultimate Limerick|
| Darke13 chapter 1 . 7/8
Ghost Writer would be proud.
| TheColorsofSand chapter 6 . 6/14/2014
That was amazing! I laughed so hard I cried and fogged up my glasses.
| bibliophilea chapter 6 . 4/1/2014
When I saw this, I thought you were mad;
A limerick? Hope it's not bad!
But your poem, you see,
Made me cackle with glee;
Thanks for writing! It's made me quite glad!
| Above the Winter Moonlight chapter 6 . 2/4/2014
This was actually really, really good but I'm sorry about you having to do all those limericks back then. Very good.
| Humanitiesdownfall chapter 6 . 8/21/2013
That was awesome and extremely amusing.
| The Cinderninja chapter 1 . 1/20/2012
Oh gosh, I am dying. I think I /myself/ am an evil muse of plimerick poetry- er... except I'm slightly iffy on the muse part. My own muses would probably find that awkward.
But this... is glorious. Because I'm finished all of my school work until exams, I'm sitting in class doing a dramatic reading of this, and trying not to cry.
I spent my entire school life writing pointless limericks every day - except once I wrote an ode. But... I've never seen anything this amazing. Honestly. I have to wonder what exactly is going on in your mind. You twisted genius, you... BI
| Exultation of the Gryphon chapter 6 . 1/12/2012
That was amazing! I can't stop laughing! Loved it.
| Wings-Of-The-Owl chapter 5 . 7/6/2011
After reading reviews I must mention
In limericks there is a rhyth The syllables state
That words must be right, no exception!
Hehe, sorry about that. Limericks consist of five lines, lines 1 and 2 rhyming with 5, each having 8 syllables. Lines 3 and 4 rhyme with 5 syllables each. But these rules (especially the number of syllables one) are generally ignored. Heck, even I ignored them! Mention and Rhythm don't exactly rhyme, and the first line has 10 syllables, not 8. Eh, whatever. Nobody's perfect, especially not me. :P
| Wings-Of-The-Owl chapter 6 . 7/6/2011
I feel so sorry for you! That was pretty long, and nice work on not running out of words. I would have started cheating on the syllables. Good for you! :D
Here, let me rephrase that in a limerick I made up just now. But...the last line has two syllables too many! Oh noes! :P
While writing that long piece of fiction,
It must have been hard to keep diction
Unique all the while
Still keeping your style
Without making an abbreviation.
| DreamaDove93 chapter 1 . 3/20/2011
Lol lol lol lol, this is hilarious xD
you're so good at them too! haha, I love it!
| Hiril Elfwraith chapter 6 . 1/26/2011
Limericks are wonderful... :)
| Demiaria chapter 6 . 10/23/2010
I wrote a limerick once. It was the saddest thing known to mankind. You may call me impressed!
| Cipher Nine chapter 6 . 8/21/2010
Well, there's no other word for it, so I'll just say it.
| Kirby77DP77 chapter 6 . 8/4/2010
That has to be the coolest thing I've EVER read. You have a frigging gift for lymrics!
Although, it sort of freaked my mom out when I started speaking in lymrics for a few hours! :)
| The Flying Taco chapter 6 . 7/27/2010
Dear God, you are epic. How the heck did you do this? I repeat: HOW THE HECK DID YOU DO THIS?
This was an amazing this to read, for your information. I love this style of poetry!
-The Flying Taco