Funny poems about being 50
Bees in My Bananas: Lots of Funny Poems by Neal ZetterEnter Neal Zetters wacky wordy world of Bees in My Bananas and you will be hooked! In these fun-packed, entertaining pages you will discover nearly 50 hilarious poems and many accompanying comic illustrations tackling topics of major importance: Chocoholics, sumo wrestlers, sneezing, custard, puddles, itches, exploding underwear, superheroes, why you should never eat a whole elephant sandwich and heaps more too.
Funny Poems About Turning 50
Looking for happy 50th birthday poems that you can write in a card to wish someone a happy birthday? Whether you want a funny poem to tease someone about how old they are or a nice one to give them a heartfelt congratulations on their birthday, we've got a poem that's right for you. Most of the happy 50th birthday poems on this page are all quite short, so they should fit into a birthday card. I hope you enjoy them! Here's to a happy 50 years, And cheers to 50 more. Who cares that you are greying?
Welcome Everyone. I've been writing verses For 60 years And d'yer know why I did it? T'was especially for you Jon Bratton. Happy 50th Birthday Poems You look brand new Half a Century looks good on you You're oozing flair, you're so debonaire With your 50 years of savoir-faire. Forgive me for writing this Though I don't think I'm wrong You're not yet a wrinkly But it won't be long.
What better way to celebrate your birthday than with poems about being Funny word play about how you are not yet over the hill or hitting the big 50 are.
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Poems to Celebrate a 50th Birthday
Last year we held a contest to find the best funny 50th birthday poem, here's a selection of the entries I look at my hands, liver spotted, blue veined and muse on the taste of the cheese by that name. I ponder and think of one thing and another and the face in the mirror that looks like my mother I go to Tai Chi for balance and hope I don't get Alzheimer's and try to elope with the neighbour's hubby who tidies my garden, he says it will help stop his arteries harden I don't need home help, I can still climb a ladder the heart's a bit "dickey" and so is the bladder. If this is old age then it's pretty good value so pour me a wine and pass the Sudoku. Turning is nothing to fear! It all goes downhill from here. You'll soak your teeth next to your bed You'll thin out atop your head You'll slow down and hate loud things.