If you’re new to the all the A-to-Z shenanigans, click the image at the right and you’ll be whisked away to the source of the goodness! Today, I give you…
Noun: A short comic or nonsensical verse, typically in two rhyming couplets with lines of unequal length and referring to a famous person. Named for Edmund Clerihew Bentley, (10 July 1875 – 30 March 1956) who invented the clerihew.
Some examples, you’ll forgive me for their clunkiness:
Do you have a clerihew in you? Leave it in the comments!
My 2011 post: C for Conspiracy Theories
Today’s Photo for #photoadatapril theme “mail”
Here’s something that arrived in today’s mail. I’m going to teach some friends how to play Mah Jongg (which is not the online game Tai Pei) that I learned when I was a kid and my mom used to have a group that played together all the time. When you win the game, you shout Mah Jongg! I’ve used the “1977” finish of this pic in instagram, to bring you back to when I learned the game… *twinkle twinkle into my memory montage*
Check out The National Mah Jongg League for details about the Game of Sparrows.