Friday, May 2, 2014
There once was a blogger named Shecky
A math buff and amateur techie
He blogged just for fun
'til his fingers went numb
From trying to rhyme Fibonacci. :-(
….okay, sorry, that's pretty lame!
Anyway, feeling a tad silly today, so just some limericks for your delectation:
The math-enamored among you can start by checking out this wonderful older posting from "Futility Closet":
Then visit this page of math-related limericks I've linked to in the distant past:
And many more here with a scientific bent:
There once was a girl named Irene,
Who lived on distilled kerosene.
But she started absorbin'
A new hydrocarbon,
And since then has never benzene!
Finally, if you prefer something of the more typically-ribald (and non-scientific) form, this site recently posted some of Isaac Asimov's famous offerings (he put out a couple of well-known volumes of "lecherous limericks"):
And if you can't find at least a few amongst all these that appeal to you, visit an orthopedist to have your funny-bone evaluated. (or if you've got a life-long favorite, not included here, offer it up in the comments).
[...finally, if you do insist on math content this morning, then check out the freshly-posted Friday potpourri list over at MathTango.]