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T (no first name) Wignesan


Limericks Croises: Once A Rigolo Tennisman Won Wimbledon


Once a Tennisman won Roland Garros
Made a speech drowned in tears of rose
Said: « Of all Tournaments
Love this best – Compliments! »
Nation enveloped his heart with applause.

Then he won the US tough Masters
Made a speech that sounded like tweezers
Said: « Of all Tournaments
Love this best – Compliments! »
Nation loved watching twitching whiskers.

Then the Ladies Man won Aussie Open
Made a speech without keeping mouth open
Said: « Of all Tournaments
Love this best – Compliments! »
Nation kept its Heart all stripped open.

Then Rigolo Tennisman won Wimbledon
Made a speech on Central Court of London
Said: « Of all Tournaments
Love this best – Compliments! »
Nation rose as ONE: « Git the Hell…Ye Con! »

Submitted: Sunday, July 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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