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Friday, 18 May 2007

A Limerick from the East Dulwich Forum

"A lady called Dulwich Mum
had a classic 'east dulwich bum'
Which was trim but yet bouncy
The best in the county
and admired as she lay in the sun."

And another...

"While walking the dog late at night
I saw the most terrible sight:
DM, clad in black,
Shouting: Batdog! Attack!
And some rozzers tooled up for a fight."

I love these guys...


AntiScam said...

I have been trying to post a comment all day, but there must have been an issue with your site.

Anyhow, who is batdog?

lady macleod said...

Wicked! Nothing like being paid homage to..

debio said...

Oh so good. On our interminable car journeys from Kent to Cornwall my daughter and I used to compose limericks - all clean - one line each. Our journey bounced along just nicely...

dulwichmum said...

Dear Antiscam,

Now sweetie, there is a question and a half! No-one knows who Mr Batdog is...

Sweet Lady Macleod,

No my dear they are not paying homage, just my chums playing around. But I am very flattered.

Darling Debio,

I had never considered trying this with the children before now. May be we will.

Nunhead Mum of One said...

Such a wonderful thing to have written about you! I too am curious about Batdog. And the rozzers!

Omega Mum said...

Wanted to comment on volcanic flows....but just to say good for Adam, despite silver thumb ring. Keep the night time ascents coming. And lucky you to have such an active University....mine was all religion and cabbage.

dulwichmum said...

Dear Nunhead mum of one,

I love your new avatar! I am curious about Batdog too.

Thanks Omega mum,

Since changing my settings recently, I have been experiencing some technical difficulties. Thanks so much for pointing that out.

I hate silver thumb rings on men, don't you?


Nunhead Mum of One said...

Beautiful non?