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    To stop me from dancing they plotted,
    And said I’m too old and crack-potted.
    Yes, I can’t do floor work,
    And my joints they all hurt…
    But I love what I do, so get knotted!!

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    Dancing feels part of my soul.
    When I move to the oud I feel whole.
    The arghul and the nay
    Take my anguish away,
    And my heart does the mizmar console.

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    A belly dance sailor from Slapton
    Went to sea on the HMS Clapton.
    Her belly roll flutter
    Caused the whole crew to utter:
    "We want to make her navel captain!"
    Last edited by Duvet; 02-08-2013 at 10:01 PM.

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    An old dairy farmer from Slough
    Decided to train up each cow
    To do Arabic dance,
    And discovered by chance,
    How to make milk-shakes 'au naturale'!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanazel View Post
    A hefty young dancer named Jimmy
    Decided to learn how to shimmy
    When his girth got to rocking
    His knees started knocking...


    Ten big smiles to anyone who can finish this. My other rhymes to "Jimmy " are lame but I like the first four lines.
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    A hefty young dancer named Jimmy
    Decided to learn how to shimmy
    When his girth got to rocking
    His knees started knocking
    And the audience thought 'What a ninny!'
    Wild and free my effing arse! Use another word!

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    A skilled belly dancer called Margot,
    Would step out on stage with bravado,
    And dance, playing drums
    With only her thumbs,
    As she sang all the tunes from 'Mikado'.

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    Duvet you are so good at coming up with these limericks
    ~Mosaic
    Dance is like glitter, it not only colours your life, it makes you sparkle, you find it everywhere and in everything and it's near impossible to get rid of. (unknown)


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    An eccentric old Laird of the Glen
    Taught Raqs Sharki to all of his men.
    They formed a dance clan,
    And professed, to a man,
    That they’d never drink whisky again.

    The Laird gave each man a half crown,
    And sent them to dance through the town.
    And their Temperance spiel,
    With an Eastern dance reel,
    In the streets they performed up and down.

    As they shimmied to swift Tsiftetellis
    They entered the pub "Tartan Wellies".
    With the beat of Maqsoom
    They tee-totaled the room
    And proceeded to shake the beer-bellies.

    Then they left and decided to knock
    At each house, where their hips they did rock.
    And the children and men,
    Babes-in-arms and women,
    Joined in with each roll, pop and lock.

    And once the whole town's population
    Knew the joys of chest-hip isolation,
    They petitioned the King
    With the sweetest Taqsim,
    And were granted a Royal Undulation!

    Now dance spread throughout all the land
    And they cameled and snaked hand-in-hand
    But they just could not keep
    Away from peat-reek.
    Without it their parties felt bland.

    So the Temperance Law did not last.
    But how to dance with decanter and glass?
    They soon learnt how to tie
    A small bottle to the thigh,
    And hey presto! - the whisky hip flask!

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    Brilliant, Duvet!

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    Agreed!

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