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Can you write a limerick about Quora?
I’ve already written Nick Nicholas’ answer to How can one use the word “Quora” in a limerick? But how could I pass up an A2A from Vicky?
- I would have felt much jubilation,
had Quora sent notification
limericked mentioning me;
but @-mentions… lack mitigation.
- So, there once was a young synaesthete
who gained fandom with Quora’s elite.
She’s regaled us with stories
of her working girl glories
and entranced us with jokes indiscreet!
- When on Quora, I write unabashed.
A2A me? I’ll give it a bash!
I make friends near and far,
and I follow my star.
But UX fails shall sting to my lash.
- Where the erudite gather to grumble,
and the recondite rally to rumble:
where the droll draw their japes,
and the heroes their capes:
there you’ll find me, in rough and in tumble.
- “Share and grow the world’s knowledge,” said D’Angelo,
crisp as bacon, and sharp as a tangelo.
Yet on Quora we socialise,
because knowledge, we realise,
is much harder to pin down than flan jello.
Answered 2017-03-11 · Upvoted by , BA in English Language and Literature, MA in Translation
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