Linda Bella Wassermeister

Gold Star - 26,497 Points (1957-2020 died in Toronto, Ontario, Canada / born in Alamosa, Colorado, U. S. A.)

My Daffy Dictionary - Poem by Linda Bella Wassermeister

Yale. A Swedish prison.
Smelling salts. Sailors with B. O.
Incongruous. Where they make laws.
Moderate. A guy who makes enemies right and left.
Sad case. A dozen empties.
Psychologist.One who, when a beautiful girl enters the room, watches everyone else.
Texas. Miles and miles of nothing but miles and miles.
Jacks or better. What it takes to open bus windows.
Will. A dead giveaway.
Organ recital. Old people discussing their operations.
Knapsack. A sleeping bag.
Panhandler. An intern.
Cannibal. A guy who goes into a restaurant and orders the waiter.
Arch criminal. A guy who robs shoe stores.
Stagnation. A country without women.
Perpetual motion. A cow drinking milk.
Operetta. A girl who works for the telephone company.
Marriage license bureau. The two-dollar window where everybody loses.
Bigamist. An Italian fog.

Topic(s) of this poem: silly

Comments about My Daffy Dictionary by Linda Bella Wassermeister

  • wes vogler (1/30/2020 8:16:00 PM)

    an excellent choice o definitions entertaining as so many aren't thanks kiddo (Report)Reply

    Belle Wassermeister(1/31/2020 2:19:00 PM)

    Thanks, Wes!

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  • Carl RoussellCarl Roussell (1/29/2020 5:43:00 PM)

    You have a very good wit! ! ! (Report)Reply

    Belle WassermeisterBelle Wassermeister(2/1/2020 12:03:00 AM)

    Thanks so much, Carl!

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  • Aniruddha PathakAniruddha Pathak (1/27/2020 10:44:00 PM)

    Witty definitions from your Daffy Dictionary.
    Witty of course and interesting.

    Belle WassermeisterBelle Wassermeister(1/28/2020 12:21:00 AM)

    Thanks so much, Aniruddha!

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 27, 2020

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