Finally, here's your chance to be Shakespeare - well, kind of. I've made up this limerick and I want you to provide the last line.
As you know, limericks consist of five lines, with the first and second line rhyming with the fifth; and the third and fourth lines rhyming with each other.
There was a young fellow from Queens,
Who had really bad breath in his teens.
So he flossed and he brushed,
And his buddies were all crushed,
All you need to do is to think of a last line and leave it in the comments section here. There is a (secret) judge monitoring your entries and waiting to choose the best effort. Extra points will be given for humour and creativity.
The rules are simple:
- You can enter as many times as you want to
- If you have a brilliant afterthought, you can enter again
- The competition closes 48 hours after this post is published
- The fifth line must rhyme with "Queens" and "teens"
- The judge's decision will not be swayed by bribery (I think!).