Share your urban limericks for St. Patrick's Day

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    There once was a grand chef named Child

    At the Cordon Bleu school she riled 

    ‘Til she mastered the art

    Of cassoulets and tarts

    And her Boeuf Bourguinon beguiled.

     
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    a yuppie who lived up on Beacon
    bought some chrystal and then he was tweakin'
    he shuddered and twitched
    his voice was high pitched
    so only the dogs heard him speakin'
     
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    Marathon training has been real fine.
    From Hopkinton I'll make a bee-line.
    Or I could be a sleaze.
    Just like Rosie Ruiz.
    And run half the race on the D Line.
     
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    A woman may go for a man with the riches 
    but she would be much happier
    If she went for the man who's
    got something big in his britches
        
     
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    a struggling young fella in Dot
    started dealing some drugs from his spot
    in a drive-by one night
    he was killed in a fight
    and the killers, they never were caught
     
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    there was an old biggot from Southie
    his comments and taunts, they were mouthy
    when one day he spoke
    to a fierce liberal bloke
    and took a big fist to his mouth, see? 
     
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    The Sox are coming to town
    To beat the yankee clowns
    They'll score their runs
    And leave them stunned
    And win the AL crown.
     
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    a HUD thief in Chelsea did live
    her stolen ID she would give
    when she wanted more cash
    off to jail in a flash
    her transgressions they would not forgive
     
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    There once was a young man named Austin,
    Complained bout what housing was costing,
    My budget is curbed,
    So I live in the burbs,
    But I'd rather be living in Bahstin!
     
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    the weather in Boston is bleak
    snow then rain, rain then snow for a week
    if the sun ever shines
    and the temperature climbs
    Pete Bouchard won't know quite what to speak 
     
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    The streets of our city are gnarly

    If you drive a car or a Harley.

    But you're forever lost in

    The city of Boston

    If you ride the T like poor Charlie.

     
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    We once had a strong economy
    'Til a few were filled with greed.
    Now the system's gone bust
    As investors with gold lust
    Steal the American dream.
     
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    To Fellow MBTA-ers

    Life and Times on the MBTA
    We're crammed on the Green Line train like swine.
    Rush hour--too few cars we can confine.
    Where is civility
    When we're riding the T?
    Sorry pregnant woman--that seat's mine!

    Red Line, My Blue Line
    The Red Line was where I first saw you,
    reading while standing--what should I do?
    I offered you my seat;
    You smiled--what a treat!
    Back to your book; I did not pursue.

    Christopher Russo
    Boston, MA
     
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    An old chestnut, locally by virtue of being from MIT:

    A mathematician named Paul,
    had a hexohedronal ball.
    It's molecular weight,plus his peck-r times eight
    is his phone number- give him a call!
     
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    There once was a Lion named Teddy,
    Who with wit and courage was ready
    To beat back attacks
    From No-Nothing hacks
    He's gone now, we miss him already.
     
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    A huge tanker docked in quite near
    To fill up some gas tanks we hear
    It didn't explode
    Or close down the roads
    But it might be a Trojan, we fear.
     
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    There once were men with integrity
    Who served in Washington DC
    Now they're just playing games
    Calling each other names
    For the country it's just such a pity.
     
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    There once was a man named Brown
    A model who was Washington-bound.
    Behind his truck's wheel,
    A Senate seat he would steal,
    While Teddy somewhere, frowned.
     
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    The state was sick through and through,
    And the incident rates simply grew.
    Don't be afraid to get the shot
    Unless you've already caught,
    The lovely sickness known as "swine flu."
     
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    There once was a Paper in Town
    Whose owners were starting to frown.
    They cooked up a plan
    It smelled like a scam,
    But for now it's still hanging around.
     
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    The Irish have been well known as writers,
    They get a bad rap as drinkers and fighters.
    As they've run the politics of this town,
    they've run it into the ground.
    By stacking payrolls with layabouts and blighters!

    Capecawder
     
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    Saint Patrick's Day can be really neat,
    but all that marching can raise hell with your feet.
    It's a day that a Brahmin,
    will be pleasant and charmin',
    As he watches the help march down the street!

    Capecawder
     
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    At the Eire we drink Guinness, not vino...
    We lust for Celtic Ladies, not Mira Sorvino.
    And down in Andrew Square,
    we have no love for our Mayor.
    Elect a Harp, retire Tommy Menino!

    Capecawder
     
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    One thing that always did get me goat,
    is that drinking Guinness and shots makes me bloat.
    Though the heavy drinkin' ends me parchin',
    I freeze me butt off while marchin'.
    Cause there's no way I can button me coat!

    Capecawder
     
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    Boston's Irish found they could not get a hire,
    So they took over the police and the fire.
    They figured out that patronage rules,
    then soon took over the schools,
    and The Our Lady of Perpetual Guilt Choir!

    Capecawder

     
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