1. LOL!!! Loved it!

    You have good hands in limericks! :))

    1. Omo


      Thanks a ton, BB-

  2. Well if you look on the bright site he no longer needed to spend on shampoo

    1. Omo

      Hahahah! Indeed- besides he would have more time to spend on learning about his venture than spending time with shampoo- :))

      Thank you!

  3. Jacob ‘Joss’ incurred a ‘Loss’ so how about changing his name to Jacob ‘Jain’ so that he has a (hair) ‘Gain’ :))

    btw, Nice Limerick! :)

    1. Omo

      LOL- may be a name change would give him something similar, still- :))
      Let’s see:

      There was a bald man called Jacob Jain
      Wanted fortune, and his hair to gain
      He built a company
      Earned a lots of money
      But his clean head was his great great pain!


      1. LOL – Your spontaneous reply in limerick really amazed me. You are so good at it !

        Moral of the story: Changing name cannot change one’s fortune :))

        Yipee !!

      2. Omo

        Hahaha! It was fun- thank YOU! :))

        Squeezed version of the moral- Loosing hair may not secure the wealth but having wealth wont dispute those pain, may be!

        One way or another, to gain something you may need to loss something- :))


  4. Hahhaha! Funny :D Enjoyed reading it!
    I should try writing such kind of poems!

    1. Omo


      Glad for your enjoyment! You must try on, I’m sure it would be FUN to read your Limerick- :))

  5. Very funny poem indeed, I can’t stop laughing.

    1. Omo

      Thanks AM- Laughing with you! :))

  6. Mr. Jacob Joss is surely addressed as JJ! And so he didn’t know the way… to get many, so he could not get a penny!!
    Poor JJ, he would not know what to say! :))

    Great job, dude!!

    Limericks are putty in your hands!! :))

    1. Omo

      Hahaha!! Poor dear Mr. JJ, Would not have any say, keeping his counting play! :)))

      Thanks dude!


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