bucket with a purple towel

it’s a bucket by a bin. it’s got a purple towel in. and a lady in the background has a purple jacket. spooky or what ?

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  1. it’s near a limmerick:
    It’s a bucket by a bin.
    it’s got purple towel in.
    and a lady in the background
    has a purple jack around.
    – – who knows the fifth line??

  2. Ok.. I can’t resist! Here goes 🙂
    It’s a bucket by a bin.
    it’s got a purple towel in.
    and a lady in the background
    has a purple jacket around.
    Funkypancake, you always make me grin!!

  3. Jokey, your chosen metre makes a true limerick impossible, but I can provide a fifth line…
    It’s a bucket by a bin,
    It’s got purple towel in.
    And a lady in the background
    Has a purple jack around,
    Fifth line conjured up by Vin.
    Well, that’s no good, so here’s a verse in non-limerick form which perhaps uses more of fp’s original words/ideas:
    It’s a bucket (by a bin)
    With a purple towel in.
    Lady’s jacket, purplish-pink –
    Kinda spooky, doncha think?
    And here’s a more traditional-type limerick, but it’s really beyond me to squeeze all the elements from the picture into just one verse…
    There was a young bucket of London,
    Who stumbled, crying “Oh, I am undone!”
    A bin standing near
    Whispered “Don’t worry, dear,
    My mother fell into a Grundon*.”
    *Grundon is the largest privately owned waste management company in the UK and their skips/dumpsters are a common sight in the south east.
    And just in case you can’t make it scan, the emphasis should fall like so:
    There WAS a young BUcket of LONdon,
    Who STUmbled, crying “OH, I am UNdone!”
    A BIN standing NEAR
    Whisper’d “DON’t worry, DEAR,
    My MOther fell INto a GRUndon*.”
    And finally, a children’s clapping chant I overheard in the park the other day:
    “Funkypancake see a dog
    Take a photo for the blog
    Dog leave pancake on the grass
    Funky kick him up the road for a short distance”
    Kids today, huh?

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