On the 123stitch message board, there is an amusing thread using board or real life names to write limericks beginning "There once was a stitcher [named] ..."
There once was a stitcher, Riona,
Who used up all of her toner,
Printing freebies galore
Till she had so much more
Than anyone ought to be owner!
I thought it would be fun to invite all my readers to write one of their own and post it in the comment section, offering a $10 gc to 123stitch for the most clever entry [as judged by my husband]. Remember, limericks are defined by Google as
a humorous verse form of 5 anapestic lines with a rhyme scheme aabba
i.e., they have a definite pattern: 10 syllables/beats to the first line, 7 syllables/beats to the second line, 6 syllables/beats to third and fourth lines, 9 syllables/beats to the fifth line. The rhyme pattern: lines 1, 2 and 5 rhyme; lines 3 and 4 rhyme.