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So Jill, your saying I  lack imaginivity and originality. Thanks for that.

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It's very difficult to say anything, Beekay, when you have your tongue firmly in your cheek! :P. I think you've invented a new word there, by the way. Well done!

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Phil, I’ve been googling, and apparently, ‘door hinge’ is a close rhyme for ‘orange’. The only exact rhyme is ‘sporange’ which is some king of botanical term, I think.

On a similar note, what rhymes with ‘purple’?

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Well the current one, Simon Armitage, certainly nauseates me. He was on the Today Programme recently reciting a load of doggerel which was worthy of William McGonagal. When you think of people like Masefield and Tennyson, to name but a couple, he is insignificant.

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40 minutes ago, MargieH said:

Phil, I’ve been googling, and apparently, ‘door hinge’ is a close rhyme for ‘orange’. The only exact rhyme is ‘sporange’ which is some king of botanical term, I think.

On a similar note, what rhymes with ‘purple’?

Turtle?

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I had a turtle, it was purple

Everybody stared

I took it to the turtle show

To see how well it fared.

 

It won first prize, so now you know

The purple turtle was the best in show.

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There's also kirtle, myrtle or even spurtle or spyrtle as it was originally spelled, I believe. A stick for stirring porridge.  What's the betting Ben has an old flame named Myrtle? If she wore a kirtle, she'd be very very old indeed!!:P

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We do have a couple of spurtles in stock. I reminds me the porridge season is nearly here. Must get some in. I prefer the jumbo oats. There's a basis for a limerick there!

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If it has owt to do with oats, especially wild ones, you'd better ask Ben. He's the expert!

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There once was a young man called Ben

Who sowed his wild oats now and then.

He took out his spurtle and frightened poor Myrtle

Who vowed not to see him again.

 

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A lad once employed by the Grocer's
Was afeared he'd caught myxomatosis.
Got involved with Big Maud,
All the warnings ignored,
Now his cheese wire is plagued with necrosis!  :P

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The boy stood on the burning deck             Wished he had never been born                 His father said son you wouldn't have      If the condom had not torn.

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Marsden's don't have a loyalty card
For their sausages, fillets and lard
But you might get a squeeze
By the bacon and cheese
Or a crusty filled roll in the yard!

 

;)

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Whilst Ben was cutting the cheese

His shopgirl was down on her knees.

He went down to join her but she said I must warn ya.

You might catch a nasty disease.

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There are no special offers at Farrand's
Though you purchase their milk by the gallons.
But demand's never slack
For a turn round the back
When the shop lad returns from his errands!
 

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When you work in grocery store 

Life can become quite a bore

But it starts to get risky when shopgirls get frisky 

And you end up with 'closed' on the door.

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Though she told him she wouldn't be long,
Nipping out for a nice bit of tongue.
Her husband suspects!
There's a grocer whose neck
Is about to get minced with a Spong!  :blink:
 

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Looks like there's nowt bin posted for the last 14 hours. Has everybody run out of amusing rhymes?

Me, I'm not posting any cos' I've no imagination or original ideas.

It's  not a bad day though, morning all !

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The weather here is glorious.

To sit inside's a sin

So I'm toiling in the garden

And filling up the bin!  :P

 

Just for Beekay!

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21 hours ago, philmayfield said:

 what rhymes with orange?

No, it doesn't.

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I'm in the money... I'm in the money, come on, my honey let's spend it, lend it, send it rolling along. First time in weeks, bought a lucky dip.... £30 thank you very much.. :victory:

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