Six sick (sic) Halloween Limericks
1. The Lady in Rope
There once was a lady named Zed,
Who pined for more conflict in bed:
She stripped with high hope,
Consented to rope,
Got hogtied. Wrong conflict. Zed’s dead.
2. The Troll
There once was a spiteful young troll,
Who dined from a cereal bowl;
By glare of blue light,
This sad troglodyte
Torched lives at the price of his soul.
3. The French Disconnection
This actress from Cannes named Marie
Forgot that her speech was not free.
She tweeted things banned,
They chopped off her hand:
Her show trial streamed live on TV.
4. The Fiend
There once was a fiend who craved gore,
Long shunned for his murders of yore;
But the people forgot
Due to brains gone to rot,
So, cheering, they let him wage war.
5. The Silent
There once were some cowardly guys,
Who saw a foul madness arise;
They felt quite inflamed,
But lest they be shamed,
They sewed shut their mouths and their eyes.
6. The Trick
There once was a pervert named Mick,
Whose Halloween humor was sick;
Kids knocked on his door,
“It’s Trick!” he did roar
And pulled out his Frankenstein prick.
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