Today's verses have also been published at OEDILF.com
(Omnificent English Dictionary in Limerick Form), an online humor dictionary that has accumulated over 110,000 laboriously edited limericks, including over 450 that we have submitted. The OEDILFian code number for the verse and its status ('T' = 'temporary', not yet finally approved), is indicated below each of our slides.
Incidentally, artwork, including photos, as well as poetry, are the creation of this blog's author-editors (i.e. G and G) unless otherwise indicated. The original 'inventors' of the classic palindromes have generally not been reported, and are best regarded as having been lost in the sands of time.
3. Gnu dung
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