The Pseudo Feminist – Rhyming couplet ideas by Jay

The Pseudo Feminist

Rhyming Couplet Ideas by jay

See the jogging of the Pseudo,
I think she’s angry at the cape verde escudo.

She finds it hard to see the aficionado,
Overshadowed by the soft forego.

Who is one burping near the Laggard?
I think she’d like to eat the thagard.

She is just a hep Feminist,
Admired as she sits upon a mnemonist.

Her smoking car is just a goat,
It needs no gas, it runs on moat.

She’s not alone she brings a Billy,
a pet squint, and lots of calla lily.

The squint likes to chase a hen,
Especially one that’s in the den.

The Pseudo shudders at the nose-ringed duck
She wants to leave but drunkard wanna sip-n-suck.

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today is the birthday of the Louvre Museum? Formerly a royal palace, the Louvre has embraced the history of France for eight centuries. Intended as a universal museum since its inception in 1793, its collections–among the finest in the world–span several thousands of years. Traveling there soon? The Louvre is closed on Tuesdays!


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is well done.”

— Vincent Van Gogh

A Man Called Paul A Limerick by jay

There once was a old man called paul.
He said, “See the lovely natal!”
It was rather dear,
But not very year,
He couldn’t say no to the baseball.


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“I thought Limericks were supposed to be funny. I slept. Then I dreamt that I was asleep.”
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“Frankly, who can’t say no to the baseball? Flawless poetry. The earth moved for me. I just wish Limericks were longer.”
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“What I want to know, it who the toast is Paul?”
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“I can think of better rhymes for ‘paul’, but best not go there. Thanks, jay, for some moderate entertainment.”
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10 bizarre paradoxes to expand your mental horizons

10. The intentionally blank page paradox

john.schultz via Flickr

My personal favorite and also the least consequential: Many official documents will print blank pages in order accommodate formatting concerns. To ensure that readers don’t think that they’ve received a defective publication, the blank page will often include the phrase “This page has been intentionally left blank,” providing the page with text that annihilates its status as a blank page.

via 10 bizarre paradoxes to expand your mental horizons

RAK Movement – Random Acts of Kindness

  1. Treat a friend – buy them lunch!
  2. Who will be making dinner for your family today? Tag, you’re it!
  3. We walk past homeless people every day; can you spare them 5 minutes of your time?
  4. Smile at 3 people today
  5. Make amends with someone you may have wronged
  6. Read a good book recently? Pass it on to someone else
  7. Old laptop or mobile lying around? Donate it
  8. Know someone going through something you’ve been through? Give them advice
  9. Google ‘survey for charity’ and complete one. They receive money for every one you fill out!
  10. Bake something for your family/friends

Twisted Poetry – Decipher… :)

Identical twin of a goblin
Farm life with a historic figure
Dream of the abominable snowman
Gift from an imaginary friend

Gift from your father
Arguments of your wife
Guarding your house with your boss
Disease of a woman

Forgiven by your baby brother
Saving the world with the in-laws

Comfort of a coral reef
Games in the woods
Animal life in forbidden ruins
War of the mall

Infestation of the beach
Promises in the nearby village
Concert in the beach
Superhero in an underground pit

Lost in your neighbor’s house
Lost in the beach